Science & Tech

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In a world-first study of its kind, UNSW and UQ researchers used artificial intelligence and extensive satellite imagery to find that intertidal zones around the globe have receded.

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Austraia's first Cyber Incident Management Arrangements are a good start, but the government needs to better engage with private companies to prevent and manage cyber attacks.

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UNSW Sydney's Professor Veena Sahajwalla is leading a team producing high-quality building products made from old clothing and mixed waste glass.

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Disturbing imagery disrupts perception, but not as much among violent video game players, UNSW Sydney psychologists have shown.

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A global study has found a paradox: our water supplies are shrinking at the same time as climate change is generating more intense rain.

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Relationships with machines can never be a substitute for human contact, a UNSW Grand Challenges discussion heard this week. 

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Global water supplies are shrinking, even as rainfall is rising. The culprit? The drying of soils due to climate change.

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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.

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An exhibition by Single Molecule Science at UNSW reveals the world of science and medical discovery to people with impaired vision.

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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.

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