UNSW experts are at the centre of a debate about whether the controversial practice of geo-engineering has a place in the fight against global warming.
Online, businesses are fuelled by economic forces that favour the creation of superstars at the expense of all but the smallest of niche rivals, writes Paul McCarthy.
Progress in the research to build the components of quantum computers allows us to teach the discipline in a more hands-on style. This couldn't have been done 15 years ago, writes Andrea Morello.
Online learning can and should be a much richer, interactive and adaptive experience than it is now, argues Dror Ben Naim.
Sir Michael Hintze has honoured his father with the unveiling of a new lecture theatre at UNSW made possible by a $1 million donation.
The Australian Energy Market Operator's determination that 100 per cent renewable energy is feasible carries a hefty credibility, writes Jenny Riesz.
Vigorous public debate about internet surveillence is crucial if we are to safeguard citizens' rights while meeting the reasonable needs of security agencies, writes Srikumar Venugopal.
There is a hole in the Australian public administration where a space agency should be, writes Andrew Dempster.
UNSW will offer Australia’s only graduate program in nuclear engineering, with support from the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation.
It’s hard to imagine a future without fossil fuel, but it is possible and sound modelling can help us get there, writes Jenny Riesz.