UNSW researchers have been named as finalists in Australia’s most high-profile science awards.
UNSW academics have been presented with awards at the Collaborate Innovate 2023 conference for innovative projects in the areas of dentistry and artificial intelligence.
UNSW students and staff star in ‘The First Inventors’ TV series, building a boomerang-powered flying vehicle that was proposed more than 100 years ago by the famous Ngarrindjeri inventor.
More than $13 million has been awarded across cloud gaming, recycling, manufacturing technologies, quantum computing, and sustainable healthcare packaging.
The University has placed equal 19th with the University of Sydney in the global rankings, reinforcing the city’s reputation as a top global city for higher education.
Dr Marlene Kanga AO, Dr Fatemeh Salehi and Dr Olivia Mirza were all recognised at the prestigious UNSW Women in Engineering Awards.
There are nine new grants for industry and community collaboration to fund research in engineering, law and science.
Academics from UNSW Science and UNSW Engineering were recognised for their work in artificial intelligence in health and AI innovation.
UNSW Sydney's world-leading researchers will take on topics including the secret to happiness, the medicinal benefits of psychedelics and reversing the impact of climate change.
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