UNSW environmental engineer Stuart Khan will advise on new global drinking water guidelines following his appointment to a top World Health Organisation body.
Tech-loving snowboarders and skiers will get a head start with the world’s first intelligent snow sports helmet, created by three UNSW graduates.
UNSW researchers are trialling new robotic technology to help wine producers better predict the coming grape yield, knowledge that could save the local industry as much as $200 million a year.
For PhD candidate Ka Wai Fan, an industry placement with global technology company 3M will provide a rare window into the corporate world.
Solar energy, particularly rooftop photovoltaic power, is now a real alternative and considerable player in the power markets, writes Bernhard Mitchell.
Olivia Gall had always dismissed mining as something “not for her”, until she took part in UNSW's Minerals Summer School.
The NSW desert has been hit by record-breaking rainfall, with the biggest downpour in 45 years recorded at UNSW’s Fowlers Gap Arid Zone Research Station.
A record number of female high school students have applied to join a week-long summer camp at UNSW designed to give them a taste of a future career in engineering.
Peer mentors can help new students navigate their way through the first few weeks and months of university life, and steer a course to success.
UNSW has been ranked in the top 75 institutions for engineering, technology and computer science, according to the latest world university rankings.