Two fundamental quantum techniques have been combined by a UNSW team in a integrated silicon chip for the first time, confirming the promise of using silicon for quantum computing.
UNSW scientists have led the launch of a revolutionary new Australian instrument to detect small planets orbiting sun-like stars.
New study presents earliest evidence for hominins in ‘Green Arabia’ between 500,000 and 300,000 years ago – and shows the area was made up of humid grasslands, rather than arid desert
UNSW fruit fly research challenges the neutral theory of molecular evolution and suggests one day we may be prescribed diets according to our genes.
A record three UNSW leaders in technological sciences and engineering have been elected ATSE Fellows for 2018, joining some of the country's most influential innovators in STEM.
Scientists have developed a revolutionary way to determine if animals are being illegally trafficked.
Students who designed a robot to clean naval ship hulls more quickly, cheaply and safely have won UNSW's Maker Games for 2018.
Scientists are asking local communities to help restore endangered Posidonia seagrass meadows by collecting shoots that naturally become detached after large storms.
Scientists believe Thylacoleo carnifex was probably a victim of the drying out of Australia, which began about 350,000 years ago, rather than from the impact of humans.
A new larval fish database collated over the last 30 years will be used to measure marine ecosystem state and change as well as seasonal patterns of various fish species.