UNSW scientists have been honoured for their world-changing discoveries, including revealing the physics of sea-level change, understanding heatwaves, and creating cheap flexible stable and non-toxic solar cells.
Tens of thousands of breeding waterbirds, including the endangered Australasian bittern, are thriving in the culturally important Gayini (Nimmie-Caira) wetlands in south-west NSW.
The link between mental imagery and emotions may be closer than we thought.
A new display apartment shows how recycling techniques developed at UNSW Sydney could change the way we build our homes.
Robotic mining that can provide water and fuel is the key to developing a colony on the red planet within the next 30 years.
Excavator, farmer, matchmaker: echidnas provide a host of benefits to nature. So let's harness the potential.
Echolocation evolved multiple times in bats over millions of year. Yet the earliest bat ancestors probably didn't have this skill — or if they did, it was likely very primitive.
A rocky planet discovered in the Virgo constellation could change how we look for life in the universe.
A world-first framework will help identify the ecosystems that are most critical for biodiversity conservation, research, management and human wellbeing.
UNSW marine scientists have used a barnacle to develop two equations that can help estimate when and where a local boat may have sunk.