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JW Nevile Fellow in Economics Tim Harcourt, UNSW Business School.

Outsourcing and offshoring will slow down due to social distancing measures and political pressures to keep jobs at home, says economist Tim Harcourt. 

electric car

There's still a long road ahead in the electric car revolution. But Australia can learn from New Zealand's policies to boost electric car sales.

Summer experts

UNSW has a team of experts available for media interviews who can comment on the hottest topics this summer – from bushfires, climate change and wage theft scandals to the spike in domestic violence, pitfalls with technology and making New Year’s resolutions.

Hippos can be aggressive if you get too close

A new UNSW study has shown that using a drone to film hippos in Africa is an effective, affordable tool for conservationists to monitor the threatened species’ population from a safe distance, particularly in remote and aquatic areas.

David Goad (left) and Stephen Porges (right) at the UNSW Business Innovation Conference 2019.

Artificial intelligence has changed the way that people do business, but does it mean that it will eliminate jobs?

Mark Hoffman

A three-point action plan from UNSW's Mark Hoffman proposes ways to increase tech skills in the Australian workforce and reduce our reliance on imported expertise.

Start-up or large organisation: which one would you prefer to work for?

From an initial interest in optometry to managing a start-up to joining one of the world’s biggest tech giants – UNSW Business School alumna Jenny Chu has tried it all in the pursuit of a fulfilling career.

Woman installing security camera

Two Social Policy Research Centre studies have looked at ways to keep women safe in their homes.

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We have not been able to develop an intelligence workforce that can keep up with the speed of advancing technologies and their threat to our national security.

Mars mission

From solar sail-powered spacecraft, to laser communications, to asteroid detection systems, there is no shortage of Australian ideas and expertise to help NASA explore the Moon and Mars.

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