Science & Tech

A new centrifuge at UNSW's Water Research Laboratory can act as an environmental "time machine", looking forward hundreds of years to see effects of coal seam gas mining on groundwater.

Research which changes our understanding of plant life around the world and work that brings the quantum computer one step closer to reality have won UNSW researchers top honours at the Eureka Prizes.

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An innovative cutting tool for the mining industry has won Engineering's Professor Liangchi Zhang UNSW's Inventor of the Year award.

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The Tasmanian tiger was hunted to death for allegedly killing sheep, but in fact it had such weak jaws that its prey was probably as small as a possum, a new UNSW study has found.

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UNSW@ADFA's Dr Sameer Alam has been named the 2011 ACT Young Tall Poppy of the Year for his research in simulation and modelling of air traffic systems.

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A brilliant water-saving invention by UNSW researchers has finished among the nation's best for 2011 on the ABC TV program, The New Inventors.

The move to buy Motorola Mobility gives Google a major boost in its patent battles with Apple and Microsoft, writes Dr Srikumar Venugopal.

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UNSW has a record-breaking 11 finalists in the running for Australia's premier science awards, the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.

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Two UNSW academics have been recognised among Australia's star researchers with the award of Laureate Fellowships.

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When you're a tiny creature in a vast ocean it pays to hang out with the right crowd, a new study into the diverse world of marine microbes has found.

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