Xiaojing Hao

Professor Xiaojing Hao and Professor Nasser Khalili.

UNSW academics are named Fellows for their innovative work in solar technology and geotechnical engineering.

Solar panelsA UNSW project that will unlock the full potential of low-cost solar cells through thea new type of material called “perovskites” has received funding in the latest round of Linkage Projects. Photo: Shutterstock.

Projects include unlocking the full potential of low-cost solar cells, determining fossilisation processes of a rare fossil site, and improving the effectiveness of child and family services.

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UNSW Sydney researchers in Engineering and Science have been awarded six grants in the final 2020 round for industry collaborations.

Associate Professor Xiaojing Hao

Scientia Associate Professor Xiaojing Hao has been honoured at the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science.

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World-leading solar research will address cost-effectiveness and sustainable end-of-life management.

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Thin, flexible panels that will revolutionise how we use solar energy are on the drawing board at UNSW.

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‘Zero-energy’ buildings – which generate as much power as they consume – are now much closer after a UNSW team achieved the world’s highest efficiency using flexible solar cells that are non-toxic and cheap to make.