Professor Veena Sahajwalla

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09 October 2013
The quest to find innovative recycling methods to tackle growing amounts of waste across the globe has attracted researchers and industry delegates to UNSW for the International Sustainability Symposium.
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27 March 2013
Sourcing raw materials from waste can cut costs, which means we need to look at our rubbish for its "beauty within," writes Veena Sahajwalla.
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30 January 2013
UNSW's Dr Ravindra Rajarao will be among young leaders from India and Australia gathering this week for a three day conference aimed at strengthening ties between the two countries.
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30 October 2012
Professor Veena Sahajwalla has been recognised as "one of the world's leading innovators in the field of sustainable materials use".
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15 May 2012
Scientia Professor Veena Sahajwalla, of the UNSW School of Materials Science and Engineering, has been appointed as a commissioner on the Australian Government's Climate Commission.
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16 December 2011
OPINION: Innovation success comes to those who are persistent, writes the creator of 'green steel', Professor Veena Sahajwalla, in the Weekend Australian.
05 October 2011
Technology to reduce carbon emissions during steel production has won Professor Veena Sahajwalla a Telstra NSW Business Women's Award.
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11 September 2008
Global warming caused by human economic activity is real, and industry must respond, according to one of the world's most senior industrial executives at an international conference co-hosted by UNSW.
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16 November 2007
Commercial production of the world's first "green" steel is underway at the Sydney furnaces of Onesteel, following a global licensing agreement between the Australian steelmaker and UNSW.