Science & Tech

Ice core sample from the Patriot Hills area

Rising ocean temperatures drove the melting of Antarctic ice sheets and caused extreme sea level rise more than 100,000 years ago, a new international study led by UNSW Sydney shows.

Quantum computing device

In a breakthrough for quantum computing, researchers at UNSW Sydney have made improved qubits using concepts from high school chemistry.

CRC-P optometry project

More than $17 million in grants received across optometry, recycled waste plastics, solar technology, silicon products, wireless technology and cobalt production.

electric car

There's still a long road ahead in the electric car revolution. But Australia can learn from New Zealand's policies to boost electric car sales.

Climate denialism - person with head in sand

Even those who don't question human-induced climate change can fall on the spectrum of climate denialism if they are all talk and no action, a UNSW psychology researcher argues.

Dr Lauren Kark

UNSW students and people with disabilities are working together on creative ways to make technology usable for more people.

Neurons firing

Two types of neuronal circuit in the brain that acquire and update voluntary actions are much more intertwined than previously thought.

Ferns sprouting after bushfire

Citizen scientists are being encouraged to photograph bushfire-affected areas to help UNSW Sydney researchers track the recovery of flora and fauna after the fires.

Bendy touchscreens

Previously the stuff of science fiction, flexible, transparent touchscreens could soon become a reality.

Tap water

We’re tapping into UNSW Engineering Professor Stuart Khan's expertise on water quality and how to keep your drinking water safe as the Australian bushfires continue.

Pages