Science & Tech

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Marine heatwaves have caused coral bleaching in one of the most isolated ecosystems in the world.

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Insidious PFAS contaminants are travelling long distances via our waterways but their unique ‘signature’ can give researchers clues about where they come from so they can be cleaned up.

Amphibian training course

Dr Jodi Rowley explains why frogs are so vital for healthy ecosystems, how she is working to conserve them and the positive impact she has already made to the study of amphibians in South-East Asia.

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A barrier just 50km wide might stop water-reliant cane toads in their tracks.

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Climate extremes are killing Australian trees, but we don't know where they're dying. Scientists are asking the public to use their phones to help.

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Games that make science accessible for students are accelerating learning. The UNSW Sydney initiative is spreading around the world.

UNSW Engineers want to learn more about the impact of coal mining on wetlands - before and after mining occurs.

Associate Professor Sarah Brough wants to know how time has shaped our galaxies – and she is a gender equity champion for the next generation of astronomers.

UNSW researchers are working with industry to help deal with pollution in water supplies stemming from places such as firefighting training facilities, airports and industrial sites.

Professor Richard Kingsford and an international team will develop a global standard for assessing and reporting the status of wetlands of international importance.

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