Art, Architecture & Design

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The protests of 2022 are not new in the political landscape of Iran, and novels can help us place them in a larger historical context.

Dharawal language tutor teaching aboriginal students

The Dharawal language is being learnt by younger generations thanks to a partnership between UNSW and the La Perouse Aboriginal community.

‘Théâtre D’opéra Spatial’ Jason Allen

AI art tools like DALL-E, Midjourney and Stable Diffusion are starting a revolution in the way art is made.

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Four different authors – Sarah Moss, Roddy Doyle, Anne Tyler and Gary Shteyngart – tell four different stories of life in a time of COVID.

3D printing and robotics are changing construction

3D printing processes and building materials can create more sustainable construction in environments as diverse as outback Australia and outer space.

Elderly woman at an aged care facility

A new way of assessing aged care facilities using advanced computing will make them more fit for purpose for people living with dementia.

commuters walk past cars and trams in the melbourne CBD in the 1950s

Jay Carmichael’s novel explores how Australian same-sex attracted men lived after the end of the Second World War. But does it impose present concerns on the past?

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The evidence presented and initial findings show how important the royal commission is.

Sydney Park Wetlands

Engaging communities on water quality testing and stormwater management promotes cultural ownership and investment in sustainable water practices.

Activists are protesting greenwashing and using the legal system to achieve change

There are ways investors can spot companies misrepresenting their climate change credentials, say experts from UNSW Sydney.

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