A UNSW road safety expert breaks down the truth about why speedo readings can be different from GPS measurements.
Five new ARC Linkage Projects grants will fund research in science, business, and the environment.
Green ammonia has the potential to drastically reduce the carbon footprint needed to produce fertiliser vital for crop-growing.
Ultra-light cars made from recycled carbon fibre are a step closer, thanks to a new method of recycling developed at UNSW Canberra.
The study lays out a comprehensive plan for establishing a thriving new renewables industry in NSW.
A new lab-made substance mimics human tissue and could reduce or replace the use of animal-derived materials in biomedical research.
UNSW Sydney records 12 spinouts and 47 patent applications in the most recent Survey of Commercialisation Outcomes from Public Research Summary Report.
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.