Emeritus Professor John Church has been awarded the 2023 Prince Albert I Medal for his outstanding contribution to sea level research and insights into climate change.
UNSW students and staff star in ‘The First Inventors’ TV series, building a boomerang-powered flying vehicle that was proposed more than 100 years ago by the famous Ngarrindjeri inventor.
South-west Australia relies on groundwater for three-quarters of its water use. But a new study of the region’s caves has found a drying climate is having a dramatic impact on this precious resource.
A type of bacteria not routinely tested for has been discovered as the second most common cause of bacterial gastroenteritis, in a study of over 300,000 patient samples.
By all accounts, this planet shouldn’t exist, new international research co-authored by UNSW Sydney shows.
Dr Marlene Kanga AO, Dr Fatemeh Salehi and Dr Olivia Mirza were all recognised at the prestigious UNSW Women in Engineering Awards.
UNSW Sydney's world-leading researchers will take on topics including the secret to happiness, the medicinal benefits of psychedelics and reversing the impact of climate change.
Machine learning can help extract important information from the huge numbers of plant specimens stored in herbaria, say UNSW Sydney scientists.
Researchers use large-scale data from citizen scientists to analyse the calls of nearly 700 frogs and discover new insights about frog communication.
Phosphorus is the most elusive element crucial for life as we know it – and we now have the first evidence there’s some available in the oceans of Enceladus.