OPINION: The Australian Energy Market Operator released a landmark study last month, showing that Australia could reliably supply 100 per cent of its power needs from renewable energy.
The amount of raw materials needed to sustain the economies of developed countries is significantly greater than present indicators suggest, a new Australian study has revealed.
After an international search, a leading expert on cell biology and regenerative medicine, Melissa Knothe Tate, has been named the new Paul Trainor Chair of Biomedical Engineering at the University of New South Wales.
UNSW leads Australian universities in the number of graduates who have founded technology start-ups in the last 15 years, a new US-based analysis reveals.
The Faculty of Engineering is currently accepting applications for the next Women in Engineering Camp (WIEC) for 2014.
The WIEC is open to young women currently in Year 10 and 11 who have a genuine interest in engineering.
Computing lecturer and avid proponent of open education Richard Buckland has been recognised with a national award for teaching excellence.
A team of UNSW students re-imagining the future of solar-powered vehicles has unveiled its new-look racer at a launch event in Sydney.
The first Muslim woman to hold office in an Australian parliament has been honoured by the UNSW School of Chemical Engineering at its annual Women in Engineering Awards.