New research has found the window of opportunity for hazard reduction burns won’t actually get smaller, but instead change seasons.
Stars viewed from a place called Dome A in Antarctica can finally be seen without their twinkle – which means in much greater detail.
Archaeological findings at the Chiquihuite Cave in Mexico suggest humans may have reached the Americas over 30,000 years ago – a period 15,000 years earlier than previously thought.
In 2016, women represented just 29% of workers with university qualifications in science, technology, engineering or maths. And that was before the pandemic disruption.
The arrival of humans in the Americas may predate the peak of the last ice age, new research shows.
If atmospheric carbon dioxide levels double from their pre-industrial levels and are maintained, the world would probably experience eventual warming from 2.3 – 4.5°C, rather than the previously estimated 1.5 – 4.5°C range.
As the number of new infections rise, a 3D-simulation from UNSW prompts us to lather up.
A 3D-visualisation of soap destroying the coronavirus is a poignant reminder that simply washing your hands can help stem the pandemic, UNSW academics say.
UNSW Sydney’s last Grand Challenge will focus on how humans can thrive in our contemporary, globalised world.
UNSW Sydney will celebrate the wonderful world of science with a range of digital events for the 2020 National Science Week.
A world-first in light conversion has potential future implications for solar photovoltaics, biomedical imaging, drug delivery and photocatalysis.