Science & Tech

UNSW on stamp inside

UNSW's pioneering role in showing the unrealised potential of ground-based astronomy in Antarctica has been celebrated on a new Australian postage stamp.

Desert storms

The risks and impacts of climate change on Indigenous communities in Australia's tropical north is the subject of a new scoping study led by UNSW's Dr Donna Green.

NSWawards inside

UNSW Scientia Professor Martin Green has been named the New South Wales Scientist of the Year - leading a stellar performance by UNSW in the inaugural State awards for scientific excellence.

Veena inside

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.

Bicycles inside2

As the number of cyclists on our city streets increases, the chance of one being injured in a traffic accident actually falls, new research has found

Emissions forum inside

Charities and environment groups joined researchers at UNSW this week to discuss one of the biggest challenges of an emissions trading scheme - ensuring fair distribution of the cost of carbon.

Angela Moles inside

A study by a UNSW evolutionary biologist comparing 75 different ecosystems across the planet is revealing new facts about the secret lives of plants and what eats them - and some important lessons about how they will fare with climate change.

Waves france

UNSW researchers are part of an international group of 90 experts looking at how climate change will affect the world's coast lines.

Dean of UNSW Engineering Professor Graham Davies has won one of the UK's most prestigious engineering and science awards for leadership in new materials development.

Megashark inside

The bite force of a great white shark is the highest known for any living species, according to UNSW research to be published in the Journal of Zoology.

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