Science & Tech

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UNSW engineers are using detailed satellite assessment to assist with the recovery from an earthquake which hit China on May 12, killing more than 60,000 people.

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The Premier, Morris Iemma, has told a senior Chinese audience that a new Confucius Institute at UNSW will bring "enormous benefits" to both countries.

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Pioneering UNSW solar energy researcher, Scientia Professor Stuart Wenham, has won a prestigious ATSE Clunies Ross Award for his work in solar cell development.

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UNSW researchers have turned ash waste from coal-fired power stations into an environmental solution which could slash emissions in the carbon-hungry construction sector by at least 20 per cent.

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China's ever-growing greenhouse gas emissions and the problems they present for the rest of the world will be tackled by an expert panel at UNSW this Thursday.

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German Greens MP Hans-Josef Fell will speak at UNSW on May 14 about the successful impact of feed-in tariffs incentives in raising the demand for renewable energy.

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Australia could become a "carbon energy economic super power," says climate change expert, Mike Molitor.

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A working bionic eye could be an Australian world first by 2020 if action is taken quickly, leading researchers at the University of New South Wales say.

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A working bionic eye could be an Australian world first by 2020 if action is taken quickly, leading researchers at the University of New South Wales say.

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UNSW physicist Frank Ruess has been awarded the 2007 UNSW Science Prize which recognises the best science PhD thesis passed each year.

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