Science & Tech

Professor Xiaojing Hao and Professor Nasser Khalili.

UNSW academics are named Fellows for their innovative work in solar technology and geotechnical engineering.

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For invasive species leaving their home, they leave not only their predators but also the species that helped them thrive.

Lightning over the ocean and waves crashing on rocks

A new international study takes a comprehensive look at just how much the oceans have warmed since the 1950s, and where they are headed in the coming years.

Robot dogs

The sentient, murderous humanoid robot is a complete fiction, and may never become reality. But that doesn’t mean we’re safe from autonomous weapons – they are already here.

Sandbags protect a local business as flood water washes by

UNSW Sydney experts available to comment on flooding and record rain.

A Bellinger River turtle swimming

New knowledge about amphibian and reptile viruses will help us act faster to conserve threatened species.

A large spider with yellow legs and large black and white spotted abdomen clings to its web

A new global study has untangled many of the incredible properties of spider silk.

a scuba diver swims through moody waters and rock formations

The common platform heralds a new era of global conservation and management policy applications.

Mallee eucalypt woodland in arid South Australia

Soils in high-priority areas are poorly protected by existing global conservation initiatives.

100-dollar notes in a pile

Commonwealth Bank data shows the Australians who withdrew super spent more, but paid down their debt.

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