A global study has found a paradox: our water supplies are shrinking at the same time as climate change is generating more intense rain.
Relationships with machines can never be a substitute for human contact, a UNSW Grand Challenges discussion heard this week.
Global water supplies are shrinking, even as rainfall is rising. The culprit? The drying of soils due to climate change.
Genome editing technology has, and will always have, limits. Limits that are related not to the technology itself but to the intrinsic complexity of the human genome.
An exhibition by Single Molecule Science at UNSW reveals the world of science and medical discovery to people with impaired vision.
UNSW's Dr Bianca Capra, Dr Kalinda Griffiths and Dr Beena Ahmed are among 60 academics to be honoured by Science & Technology Australia as the 2019 Superstars of STEM.
The transition from heavy traffic to complete gridlock follows the same quantifiable pattern in cities around the world, a study from UNSW and University of California Berkeley has found.
A partnership between UNSW Sydney and an Australian business is creating smart building ecosystems that react to their surroundings and follow instructions from afar.
Research teams from UNSW are investigating multiple pathways to scale up atom-based computing architectures using spin-orbit coupling – advancing towards their goal of building a silicon-based quantum computer in Australia.
World-leading marine ecologist Professor Emma Johnston has won this year's Royal Society of NSW Clarke Medal. It is the second consecutive year the prize has been awarded to a UNSW Science researcher.