Science & Tech

Henry Yang and Andrew Dzurak

A proof-of-concept published today in Nature promises warmer, cheaper and more robust quantum computing. And it can be manufactured using conventional silicon chip foundries.

Tamina Pitt

Google software engineer and UNSW alumna, Tamina Pitt, is breaking down barriers and forging a ground-breaking trail for others to follow.

Echo with Dr Noel Hanna

Dr Noel Hanna from UNSW Science explains what an echo is and how they work.
 

traffic jam

A new model based on how diseases spread will help traffic controllers get on top of congestion faster.

Why bad odours hang around

Odour is all about perception and minimising it depends on what stage of the process you choose to target, a UNSW Engineering lecturer explains.

Children playing

Dr Georgie Fleming recommends five “pandemic parenting” strategies – including how to best use special play, praise, rewards, consequences and self-care.

Dr Anna Wang

A UNSW Sydney researcher has received a prestigious international grant to create self-propagating synthetic cells.

German Shepherd

The DNA sequencing of a healthy German shepherd will mean dogs can be screened for hip and other diseases much more accurately.

Decision-making at the supermarket

Learned connections between stimuli and reward – like the positive emotions associated with popular brands – have a powerful influence over our future decisions. Scientists have started to discover why.

Climate change

UNSW Sydney has brought a global alliance of top climate change researchers together to provide a new, international platform for universities to communicate climate research with authority to our leaders.

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