From world-leading research to our student-led projects, we look back on the most-read stories of UNSW Engineering in 2019
UNSW professor Melissa Knothe Tate has international patents in orthopaedics, reconstructive surgery, and advanced materials and manufacturing engineering.
Professor Ana Deletic honoured for her work in sustainable urban water management.
World-leading climate change expert Scientia Professor Matthew England and internationally renowned chemical engineer Professor Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh have been recognised this year.
The new round of Australian Research Council funding provides over $30m for 72 University projects across fields as diverse as neuroscience and insurance risk management.
UNSW students and engineers are using human-centred engineering to help provide electricity to off-grid rural communities in Fiji.
'Intelligent' shape-shifting propeller blade monitors its own performance and adapts to changing conditions in the water.
With 30 academics included on the 2019 list of Highly Cited Researchers, UNSW rises to second among Go8 universities.
UNSW Sydney researchers have successfully merged 3D/4D printing with a chemical process to produce “living” resin, which has huge potential for fields as diverse as recycling and biomedicine.
The cement needed to make concrete – the most widely used man-made material – is a major source of global emissions. Researchers are working on a green replacement that could transform the sector.