The man leading Australia’s biggest engineering faculty has grand ambitions for research, students and industry participation.
Two UNSW researchers investigating medical pathology and electric currents in quantum devices have won prestigious awards from Australia’s National Measurement Institute.
UNSW engineering students have launched a high-altitude balloon from Warrumbungle National Park, in central NSW, as part of a global challenge to capture data and images from the edge of space.
A team of international scientists has discovered there is something missing from a Nobel Prize winner’s theory on polymers.
Scientia Professor Veena Sahajwalla is researching the productive recycling of e-waste to create raw materials for future manufacturing.
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It is synonymous with an Aussie summer but the humble backyard hose could be a breeding ground for legionella bacteria, UNSW research has found.
UNSW environmental engineer Stuart Khan will advise on new global drinking water guidelines following his appointment to a top World Health Organisation body.
UNSW researchers are trialling new robotic technology to help wine producers better predict the coming grape yield, knowledge that could save the local industry as much as $200 million a year.
For PhD candidate Ka Wai Fan, an industry placement with global technology company 3M will provide a rare window into the corporate world.
Solar energy, particularly rooftop photovoltaic power, is now a real alternative and considerable player in the power markets, writes Bernhard Mitchell.