UNSW Engineering

Cyber warfare

UNSW academics warn that 21st century battles are now being fought digitally, as well as with missiles on land, sea and air.

A train line is reflected in the water of the Daly River, Northern Territory

Tree ring analysis suggests strong flows in NT’s Daly River can’t go on forever and water allocation could lead to environmental and cultural damage.

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Marking her 30th anniversary at UNSW, the Scientia Professor is recognised for her research into catalysts for efficient clean energy conversion and sustainable environment.

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Bored of Bitcoin? No flipping time for NFTs? A UNSW cybersecurity expert predicts the future wave of blockchain applications.

A person on a bike in a city with green spaces

Urban gardens, parks and green walls are crucial ways to tackle flash floods and city heat. But new global research finds its effectiveness varies from city to city.

Peyman Mostaghimi

Academics, PhD candidates and alumni will travel to US research institutions and organisations under the flagship foreign exchange program.

Scientia Professor Toby Walsh and Professor Charles C. Sorrell

Australia’s oldest learned society recognises UNSW professors for their work in the fields of artificial intelligence and ceramic science engineering.

James McCluskie, Anna Gurevich and James Meade at the presentation

The AFR Most Employable University has been awarded to UNSW, with a record-breaking 42 students listed in the Top100 Future Leaders Competition.

A composite image showing wind turbines and solar cells in the background, and a hydrogen fuel pump in the foreground

Green Hydrogen could play a big role in helping countries cut their CO2 emissions, but what exactly is it and how can it be used?

Cardiovascular research 2022

Professor Kerry-Anne Rye and Associate Professor Jelena Rnjak-Kovacina took out both categories in the CVRN Ministerial Awards for Cardiovascular Research.

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