UNSW Science

ARC grants

More than $8 million worth of ARC grants have been awarded to two UNSW projects that will involve research into the major global challenges of antibiotic resistance and recyclable waste.

Platypus

Declines in platypus have likely been underestimated, new research by UNSW scientists has shown.

Coral reef on Heron Island

Marine heatwaves are a much bigger threat to coral reefs than previously thought, research revealing a previously unrecognized impact of climate change on coral reefs has shown.

Giant parrot Heracles.

Meet ‘Heracles’ – the giant parrot that dwarfs its modern cousins.

UNSW Global Diploma presentation

Presentation ceremony celebrates the success of international Engineering and Science students who can now fast-track into the second year of undergraduate degrees.

nuclear waste

There's precious little business case for nuclear power in Australia, but we could start with the end product -  storing radioactive waste.

Southern Tablelands grasslands

The Monaro grasslands are a tiny surviving fraction of the native grasslands that once grew across the Southern Tablelands.

nuclear weapon explosion

Developing nuclear weapons requires technological and industrial capabilities that Australia simply does not have at the moment. The political will may be lacking, too.

sydney opera house

Sydney has joined more than 600 local governments around the world – as well as the national governments of the UK and Canada – in putting the climate crisis at the heart of all policy decisions.

Nanomedicine

The new sensor can detect very low concentrations of cancer markers in blood tests and is among new technologies to be presented at the 10th annual International Nanomedicine Conference.

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