Baleen plates – the signature bristle-like apparatus toothless whales use to feed – reveal how these large aquatic mammals adapt to environmental changes over time.
Director of the Institute, Professor Pall Thordarson says the RNA revolution is just getting started.
UNSW Sydney professor Pall Thordarson shares the chemical reaction that took him from working on a farm in Iceland to running the first RNA institute in Australia.
mRNA is the key ingredient in COVID-19 vaccines. But what is it, and how does it work?
By following moisture from the oceans to the land, researchers worked out exactly how three oceans conspire to deliver deluges of rain to eastern Australia.
To celebrate International Women's Day 2022, we asked seven of our scientists from across UNSW Science to tell us about the influential women who've guided them throughout their careers. Here they are.
A student of Mechanical Engineering is leading the UNSW team building its seventh high performance solar-powered car.
Tree rings are ‘nature’s weather stations’ and reveal far more of the Daly River’s history than scientific records can.
This World Wildlife Day, we celebrate the three native mammal species – bilbies, crest-tailed mulgaras and Shark Bay bandicoots – now thriving in Sturt National Park since their
UNSW academics warn that 21st century battles are now being fought digitally, as well as with missiles on land, sea and air.