Science & Tech

A carp in the Murray-Darling

The recent one in 100 flood event is set to reverse carp eradication efforts in the Murray-Darling, a UNSW scientist says.

A man with a stereo on his head screaming

Bias is a psychological process detectable in individual judgements. Noise is a different phenomenon affecting human decisions.

Labs without Walls pilot project

UNSW Sydney scientists are using new technologies to provide new insights on day-to-day activities of research participants.

Andrew Pitman and Susan Coppersmith

Two UNSW Sydney professors have been recognised among the nation’s most distinguished scientists.

A bridled nailtail wallaby in the wild

UNSW scientists have used a new conservation strategy to give the bridled nailtail wallaby a head start in life.

Kosciuszko National Park

Some native plants do not appear to be adapting to warming conditions.

A Mountain Pygmy-possum clings to a person's finger

Why the race to rescue the Mountain Pygmy-possum from extinction has spurred conservationists at home and abroad into action.

Spider web

UNSW Sydney has been awarded a grant to assess mimicking spider silk for use in clothing, medical devices and prosthetics.

Phone showing end-to-end encryption message

People have plenty of legitimate reasons to use encrypted communications platforms such as WhatsApp or Signal for their own security and privacy.

Everlasting Swamp

Engineers at UNSW Water Research Laboratory are helping restore Everlasting Swamp, located in the North Coast of NSW.

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