UNSW Engineering

Illustration of European renewable energy instead of Russian gas

UNSW expert Renate Egan explains how countries around the world have reacted to the oil and gas supply chain issues caused by the fallout of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Expensive silicon has been used to produce the highest-efficiency solar panels. Now there’s a way to use cheaper raw materials.

high angle shot of different dairy milk alternatives with their main ingredients

Moo-ve out of the way cow’s milk, we’re drinking more dairy substitutes than ever before.

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Six UNSW Sydney projects chosen as finalists for Australia’s leading science awards.

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There’s a whole lot of thought that goes into subterranean and underwater tunnel construction, say UNSW expert.

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The University appears in 52 out of 54 research disciplines, making it equal first worldwide for the highest number of subjects ranked.

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Jingulu – a language spoken by the Jingili people in the Northern Territory – has characteristics that allow it to be easily translated into AI commands.

6G telecommunications

The next generation of wireless communication is already being developed… and is set to revolutionise the world around us.

Hon. Jason Clare, MP, met with UNSW leaders, researchers, and students during a visit to campus  

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Funding will support academics to develop novel solutions to protect Australia’s infrastructure from fires and build workforce capacity in the nation’s architectural sector.

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