UNSW Sydney is the second highest-ranking Australian institution for its contribution to scientific research.
A recycling and clean energy initiative, led by UNSW Sydney in partnership with the University of Newcastle, has been endorsed to assist the country’s economic recovery under the Trailblazer Universities Program.
The five-year agreement builds upon plans to position NSW as a national leader in university collaboration.
Two UNSW research commercialisation initiatives could share in $242.7 million in federal government funding under the new Trailblazer Universities Program.
The latest ARTU ranking of universities worldwide shows Australia is running a competitive race.
UNSW researchers have won medals from the Australian Institute of Physics, including for excellence in research.
Beyond fighting pandemics with mRNA vaccines, there is significant potential to treat cancer, genetic and autoimmune diseases.
UNSW Sydney moves up 9 places to 65th globally in ShanghaiRanking’s rating of world universities and is now ranked 3rd in Australia.
UNSW is among the top four universities in Australia in the latest QS university rankings.
UNSW Sydney has excelled in the 2021 ShanghaiRanking’s Global Rankings of Academic Subjects, appearing in 52 of the 54 subjects ranked for the fourth consecutive year.