UNSW Engineering

Vivid Sydney 2019

UNSW students and staff showcase their passion, talents and imagination at Vivid Sydney 2019, with three installations that will encourage visitors to wonder and dream.

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A new project to develop an unprecedented capability in quantum computing – a 'noise-cancelling headphone' for quantum computers – is set to increase the stability of fragile quantum building blocks, or qubits.

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Researchers from UNSW Engineering are harnessing new technologies to help build Australia’s space future.

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Smart farming technology and bringing Sydney Rock Oyster reefs back from extinction are other successful projects.

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Ian Turner is internationally regarded for his work on protecting our coastlines. Now, he sees supporting gender equity as his next important challenge.

engineering world

On this year’s Global Day of the Engineer, we celebrate engineers at UNSW whose research is making an impact on the world.

UNSW researchers are working with industry to help deal with pollution in water supplies stemming from places such as firefighting training facilities, airports and industrial sites.

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A system that stores renewable energy as hydrogen and is safer for home use than lithium-ion batteries is on the horizon for researchers at UNSW Sydney. 

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The UNSW 'pride' of 80 students and staff joined 196 other organisations in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on Saturday.

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Scientists have closed the loop on greenhouse gas emissions by turning carbon dioxide back into coal in a low energy, efficient process using liquid metals as catalyst.

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