Science & Tech

wild dogs feeding

Understanding feeding patterns is key to understanding the origin and implications of many aspects of animal social lives.

Scientia Professor Toby Walsh and Professor Charles C. Sorrell

Australia’s oldest learned society recognises UNSW professors for their work in the fields of artificial intelligence and ceramic science engineering.

an olympian curler crouches low to the ice while competing

The game of curling is centuries old, but exactly what makes the stones curl as they slide over the ice is still a mystery.

A tweet claim by US President Donald Trump about election fraud

UNSW psychology researchers have shown how to better communicate key messages and avoid misinformation.

a humanoid robot stands in front of a window in a space station above earth

Lethal autonomous weapons systems demand careful consideration but nightmare scenarios of the future won't become reality anytime soon, says a UNSW Canberra military ethicist.

A crop plantation with mountains in the background

Threatened species don’t just live in national parks. Almost half of their distributions are on private land.

A composite image showing wind turbines and solar cells in the background, and a hydrogen fuel pump in the foreground

Green Hydrogen could play a big role in helping countries cut their CO2 emissions, but what exactly is it and how can it be used?

Professor Gernot Heiser

UNSW has partnered with Secure Systems Research Center to implement ground-breaking cyber security technology.

Man standing in misty Tarcutta Hills Reserve

New research finds Queensland’s laws fail to protect private conservation areas from the hidden impacts of mining on groundwater.

DNA analysis

Nanopore sequence analysis can now be done more than 30 times faster, providing quicker and better specialised treatments for patients with cancer and other diseases.

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