A team led by UNSW engineers and physicists has achieved a breakthrough that brings a super-fast quantum computer a step closer to reality.
A UNSW engineering student's work to bring power to a remote Pacific island village has won recognition from Australia's peak engineering body.
UNSW researchers are in the running for top honours in the 2010 Eureka Prizes, the "Oscars" of Australian science
Educators and practitioners in engineering, architecture and design from around the world are at UNSW for a major international conference on design education.
Futurist and innovator Chris Luebkeman outlines four plausible futures in a public lecture at UNSW. His multimedia presentation is based on the premise that "the future is over sold and under imagined".
UNSW researchers have set a new record for nominations in the Eureka Prizes this year, with 10 individuals and research groups named as finalists for the prestigious science awards.
Professor Graham Davies has taken up his new role as the Dean of Engineering.
Thirty eight design and engineering students will construct an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.
A world-first symposium at UNSW will look at new trends in the field of design education and the growing collaboration between architects, engineers and designers.
UNSW students have made a clean sweep of high achievers' scholarships at a prestigious research centre.