Science & Tech

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“We cannot hand over the decision as to who lives and who dies to machines. They do not have the ethics to do so.”

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Waste microfactories are revolutionising recycling as the world’s waste crisis continues to escalate.

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The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology at UNSW Sydney has been officially launched. 

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Scientia Professor David Waite is improving environmental outcomes at home in Australia and around the world.

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As a leading authority in marine ecology, Professor Emma Johnston is a prominent advocate for more women at the top tiers of science.

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UNSW Sydney – and Australia – is at the forefront in the quest to develop the world’s first commercial scale quantum computer.

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For as little as $4 a day Indian workers process dangerous, toxic waste by hand. This unregulated, highly polluting industry is hidden away from police eyes.

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Professor John Church wants everyone to speak up about one of the biggest issues facing the world.

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A UNSW Sydney study says more evidence is needed before declaring the dingo a feral animal, casting a shadow over state governments’ justification for culling Australia’s largest carnivorous mammal.

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Dr Negin Nazarian is a Scientia Fellow urban climatologist at UNSW’s Faculty of Built Environment. She is working on a wearable that can measure the wearer’s physiological response, such as heart rate and skin temperature, to their immediate environment.

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