A handheld scanner uses nuclear methods and mathematical models to determine the origin and production of seafood.
To build drought resilence, Sydney must invest in rainfall-independent water supplies
Bats may have lived in caves and used soundwaves to navigate much earlier than first thought.
Solar power generation varies greatly depending on the weather. A new study suggests in some parts of Australia, solar has a bright future.
New research suggests Australia will need to adjust to climate-driven shifts in solar power production.
For the second time in two years, a UNSW academic has been honoured with the prestigious Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
UNSW student team will push more technological boundaries during epic 3600km race across Australia, but unfortunately it may be a last hurrah in the prestigious event.
Understanding how hailstorm frequency has changed over time can help us build resilience against future hail events.
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute national awards recognise achievements that set new standards in scientific excellence.
Crowdsourced traffic data can help ease time stuck in traffic, says a UNSW transport expert.