By all accounts, this planet shouldn’t exist, new international research co-authored by UNSW Sydney shows.
Alexander Hamilton and Veena Sahajwalla will lead University–industry collaborations to provide real-world outcomes.
Hand-held magnetic field imaging equipment could be used in construction safety and medical diagnostics.
An astrophysicist from UNSW Sydney explains why it’s so important that we can all look up and see the stars.
Nine UNSW projects to receive funding under the ARENA Research and Development Program.
Pioneering a new technique, researchers have peered into the extremely faint light that exists between galaxies to describe the history and state of orphan stars.
The two projects aim to produce materials used in electronic, magnetic, and optical devices and infrastructure for the bioprinting of 3D models of organs and tissues.
A quantum mechanics interpretation can help us comprehend the hypothetical existence of many worlds.
ARC funding supports UNSW academics participating in cooperative national and international facilities and partnering with business, industry and the community.
We might’ve been under lockdown this year, but science sure wasn’t.