Space mining and the need to deal with space junk are set to be major developments over the next decade, say UNSW experts.
As space exploration and colonisation expand, off-Earth resources will create a booming market.
Companies may be monitoring their employees working remotely, raising questions about the ethics and legality of surveillance.
The historic mission to locate frozen water on the Moon could eventually lead to a permanent lunar base for astronauts.
A small-scale tokamak device – designed, built and managed by UNSW students – is set be housed at university’s main Kensington campus.
How we reduce CO2 emissions in the built environment is changing – with focus moving from energy efficiency to reducing embodied carbon, according to UNSW’s Philip Oldfield.
UNSW students and staff star in ‘The First Inventors’ TV series, building a boomerang-powered flying vehicle that was proposed more than 100 years ago by the famous Ngarrindjeri inventor.
Did you know that for the price of a brand new large ute, you could instead send your very own small satellite to the International Space Station and out into orbit?
In his new position, Dr Stephen Rodda will play a pivotal role in nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit of students, staff and alumni.
UNSW Sydney continues to climb the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, the global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.