UNSW Sydney professors from UNSW Science and UNSW Medicine & Health have been recognised among the nation’s most distinguished scientists.
Using machine learning, we analysed meaning and feeling in different translations of an ancient Hindu holy text.
The direction a beach faces, relative to wind direction, largely determines how many bluebottles are pushed to shore.
A UNSW Sydney-led study shows at least two times more freshwater has shifted from warm to cold regions of the earth than our climate models predicted – signifying broader changes to the global water cycle.
A trip to the beach is a perfect opportunity to explore the peculiar properties of some fascinating fluids.
We might’ve been under lockdown this year, but science sure wasn’t.
The prevalence of obesity has doubled in Australia in the last two decades. As a result, overweight and obesity will be associated with 10,000 thyroid cancers in the next decade.
A UNSW scientist has revealed that an ancient clay tablet could be the oldest and most complete example of applied geometry, showing that ancient mathematics was more advanced than previously thought.
Using geology and AI, a virtual model of how the Earth's tectonic plates have evolved can help reveal deposits of copper.
The grisly discovery of a disembodied foot on a NSW beach was a tragic twist in the mystery of missing woman Melissa Caddick. Such tragedies can also reveal hidden currents connecting the planet.