UNSW researchers have developed the first Australian receiver that can pick up both the L1 and L2C GPS frequencies, as well as the signal from the first prototype Galileo satellite.
Twenty-eight urban designers of the future have displayed their work at the annual Master of Urban Development and Design (MUDD) exhibition at UNSW.
Last year saw a large increase in the number of High Court rulings decided by a split bench, according to a report that will be presented at the sixth Constitutional Law Conference at UNSW.
UNSW's Faculty of Engineering has been ranked among the top 100 in the world by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Professor Chris Evans, the former Head of the Australian School of Taxation (Atax) in the Faculty of Law, has been appointed an International Research Fellow at the newly established Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation.
Floods across large parts of western Queensland will produce a bird bonanza lasting six to nine months, according to UNSW researcher Professor Richard Kingsford.
Two UNSW students have won a major engineering competition, triumphing over entrants from several of the world's leading universities, including Oxford.
The Diplomacy Training Program and Oxfam Australia's Indigenous Australia Program areholding a training course at UNSW to look at human rights advocacy.
UNSW has built Sydney's largest percolation pit on its Kensington campus. The pit drains the storm water from 70 percent of the campus into the Botany aquifer.