A UNSW graduate engineer helping develop smart grid technologies for NSW has been named Australia's Young Professional Engineer of the Year.
UNSW will boost its strength nanotechnology, clean energy and biotechnologies following its success the latest round of federal government infrastructure grants.
UNSW will boost its strength in nanotechnology, clean energy and biotechnologies following its success in the latest round of federal government infrastructure grants.
Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard officiated at the start of work on UNSW's landmark new research centre, the Tyree Energy Technologies Building.
Climate change is accelerating beyond expectations and urgent emissions reductions are required, according to a new report by some of the world's top climate scientists.
An extra 600,000 megalitres of water needs to be returned to the Murray River to avert an environmental disaster in its lower reaches, a scientific review has found.
A new approach to harnessing small-scale solar power could deliver higher levels of efficiency in portable power sources.
Psychologist Mona Taouk is developing a world-first questionnaire to identify young people at risk of depression and suicide.
Sydney's native bush rats were victims of a campaign to exterminate foreign black rats during a plague in 1900, according to scientists who plan to reintroduce the native rodents.
Australian scientists led by UNSW remote sensing expert Associate Professor LinLin Ge will have access to high resolution images from Chinese satellites, boosting our capacity to respond to natural disasters.