Science & Tech

Coastal estuary

A multi-disciplinary team led by UNSW Sydney researchers is releasing the first large-scale summary of how our estuaries – and the 80 per cent of NSW residents living on them – will be impacted by climate change.

Nanomedicine

The new sensor can detect very low concentrations of cancer markers in blood tests and is among new technologies to be presented at the 10th annual International Nanomedicine Conference.

Science Week

Explore the hidden wonder of Sydney's coral reefs or discover the feminist history of the internet when UNSW celebrates all things science.

Sea ice

An international group of leading microbiologists have issued a warning, saying that not including microbes – the support system of the biosphere – in the climate change equation will have major negative flow-on effects.

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Dr Alan Finkel toured the joint UNSW-Kohodo Hydrogen Energy Laboratory in Shenzhen and touted the ground-breaking work of researchers in developing cost effective and efficient hydrogen energy.

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UNSW's Thorsten Trupke and Robert Bardos were honoured for their breakthrough technology improving the quality of solar cells.

World Oceans Day at UNSW

Ahead of tomorrow’s World Oceans Day, UNSW scientists are sharing their experience and expertise in celebration of our oceans.

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50% of surveyed NSW coastal users don’t think that sea level rise will impact them, a report into the NSW community’s views on coastal hazards shows.

PCIT therapy

One of the world's first Parent-Child Interaction Therapy school-based clinics has opened at Ingleburn Public School.

Tailor fish, also known as bluefish

A UNSW study has found the length that tailor are reaching maturity has increased by 5cm in four decades, which means some fish are currently being removed too early in their life cycle through the practice of fishing.

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