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Thirty eight design and engineering students will construct an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.

A world-first symposium at UNSW will look at new trends in the field of design education and the growing collaboration between architects, engineers and designers.

Since 11 September 2001 the Australian government has created 44 new laws as a key component of its efforts to combat terrorism. A major international symposium, to be held at UNSW, will look at the challenges protection from the threat of terrorism presents to the rule of law.

Crime web

Leading young researchers in the area of crime and justice have been brought together by the inaugural UNSW Crime and Justice Research Network interdisciplinary student conference.

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Music that expresses more emotion than that felt by listeners is likely to be unpopular or "daggy", according to new empirical research from UNSW.

Snake web

Thirty eight design and engineering students have constructed an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.

Accounting inside

The outstanding quality of UNSW's accounting research has been ranked first in the world by the international journal Accounting and Finance.

ConnectED inside

A revolution is underway in the teaching of architecture and design, according to organisers of a major design education conference at UNSW.

Walker inside

Visiting UK criminal justice academic and terrorism expert Professor Clive Walker says Australia can learn from the UK's experience in implementing anti-terrorism legislation.

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Suntech Power Holdings' chief executive Dr Zhengrong Shi and the University of New South Wales have signed a three-year agreement in which Suntech will sponsor up to 30 Chinese students and Suntech employees to study a Masters program in photovoltaics at UNSW.

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