UNSW alumna Charlotte Wang was initially hesitant about doing a degree in environmental engineering, but since helping to launch a computer re-use program at UNSW, she has never looked back.
Science that changes the world is a product of investing time in being a good mentor to young researchers, and encouraging them to think outside the box, says Nobel Laureate Sir Fraser Stoddart.
The Nuisance and Harmful Algae Science-Practice Partnership is developing strategies to minimise the risks posed by algae to Melbourne’s waterways.
New efforts to reduce and re-use waste to boost a ‘circular’ economy are underway.
UNSW scientists have created a 40-square-kilometre sanctuary for native Australian animals in the Sturt National Park that is completely free of feral animals such as rabbits, foxes and cats.
A revolution in irrigation that could secure water supplies and food production during drought is the goal of researchers at UNSW’s Global Water Institute.
UNSW engineers are advising how to mitigate the serious health risks associated with pathogens in aerator systems used in groundwater treatment plants.
Scott Morrison has bragged about 'stopping the boats', but his government has failed to do anything meaningful to bolster cyber security and stop the malware.
Two UNSW alumnae are building on their unique strengths as leaders in STEMM – a voyage that will lead them to Earth’s southernmost continent.
We've had 10 federal ministers with titular responsibility for science since 2007 – five under the Coalition and five under Labor. That variation and a lack of consistent vision has an impact.