UNSW Engineering

Disks and wheels of an early calculating machine

Ada Lovelace said computers could not invent. But a century later, Alan Turing pointed out inventiveness in machines could be found in their capacity to produce surprising and innovative results.

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Researchers, including those from UNSW Sydney, have synthesised complex symmetrical zinc crystals in liquid gallium which can potentially be used in a range of catalysis applications.

GlobH2E Opening

The Centre is developing new cost-effective technologies and building Australia’s capability, to place the nation at the forefront of the hydrogen economy.

Solar panels on rooftops

New version of UNSW’s SunSPOT solar calculator now covers all of Australia and allows households, small businesses and councils to obtain independent solar and battery savings estimates.

Dr Meganne Christian parabolic flight

The sky has proven to not be the limit for the UNSW Engineering alumna, who is poised to become the first Australian woman in space.

Andrea Morello stands in front of a transparent blackboard to explain Maxwell's Demon

UNSW Sydney research demonstrates a 20x improvement in resetting a quantum bit to its ‘0’ state, using a modern version of the ‘Maxwell’s demon’.

Large crowd at an event

UNSW Sydney academic Dr Milad Haghani says it’s not impossible for a deadly crush like the one in South Korea to happen in Australia.

conceptual image of war using chess board

The AI leans on a particular tactic for its success. If you knew what it was, beating it would get drastically easier.

Students walking on UNSW Kensington campus

The new round of grants will support research in science, engineering, medicine, business, arts, and built environment.

Meganne Christian

Dr Meganne Christian has been appointed as a trainee astronaut for the European Space Agency after being selected from more than 22,500 applicants.  

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