School of Chemistry

Winners of the 3MT competition with UNSW VC Attila Brungs and judges Dr Sonu Bhaskar and Zina Kaye

Scientia PhD candidate Merryn Baker wowed judges with her presentation on diagnosing lung disease through breath analysis

Gas being burned on-site via flaring

With a unique metal – osmium, researchers are one step closer to cutting methane wastage.

Diana Zhang

Diana Zhang will share her research on developing an advanced machine learning method that can diagnose Parkinson’s Disease from a chemical 'fingerprint'. 

RNA Institute launch group labs

Director of the Institute, Professor Pall Thordarson says the RNA revolution is just getting started.

Man sitting on hill gazing up at green-headed comet flying in night sky

The team solved this mystery with the help of a vacuum chamber, a lot of lasers, and one powerful cosmic reaction.

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Justin Gooding has been recognised for his research into commercial diagnostic devices including a glucose meter and 3D bioprinter.

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet announcing RNA facility

It’s hoped NSW’s first RNA pilot manufacturing facility will spearhead a commercialised RNA industry in the state.

Artwork showing two hands about to touch behind a star shape of electron orbits

A breakthrough in 3D bioprinting that will revolutionise cancer research is among the UNSW projects which have received a prestigious Eureka Prize award.

RNA technology

Beyond fighting pandemics with mRNA vaccines, there is significant potential to treat cancer, genetic and autoimmune diseases.

Pall Thordarson smiles in a white lab coat and plastic safety goggles

The UNSW RNA Institute will position Australia as a leader in the global research effort to combat emerging vaccine-resistant viruses, such as COVID-19 variants.

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