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New funding will link young entrepreneurs with UNSW expertise

UNSW receives $1 million to help NSW businesses develop their technologies ...
ARENA was facing an uncertain future after the Federal government proposed cutting the agency’s funding by $1.3 billion. It will now receive $800 million over the next five years (Shutterstock).

UNSW has welcomed the decision to spare ARENA from dramatic funding cuts ...
Australia’s top woman engineer receives inaugural Ada Lovelace Medal

Mary O’Kane, the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer, receives the national Outstanding Woman Engineer award ...
The EWH team in Cambodia recently

Congratulations to the First University Engineering World Health Chapter in the Southern Hemisphere! ...
Greg Watkins is a PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering.  Second from right.  And Dr Penny Martens is on the far right.

Greg Watkins came second in the 3 Minute Thesis heats ...
Sound principles

Dr Alex Bannigan says an exciting interactive music video will help drum up support for gender diversity in ...
Industry night wrap up

The Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering held its annual Students Meet Industry Night at ATP Innovations ...
UNSW students ‘most employable’

UNSW has been awarded ‘Most Employable University’ in the Top 100 Future Leaders Awards ...
Joanna Ng with the weaver's loom. Photo: Leilah Schubert / UNSW Media

With the unveiling of a China-backed science and technology precinct at UNSW, biomedical ...

Australian engineering’s future “rock stars” on show ...
ATP Lifesciences Clients

The Annual biomedical engineering Students Meet Industry Night is on again ...
Nathan makes an artificial finger to test a robot arm!

Biomed student Nathan Isaacson has made an incredibly lifelike gelatine ...
Top 50 for UNSW Engineering’s schools

UNSW Engineering’s schools make the top 50 in the 2016 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) rankings ...
3 of our students named Top 100 Future Leaders

3 Biomedical Engineering students have been given top honour in Financial ...

From the student blog

Robocup 2016: The agony and the ecstasy
23 September 2016

Teaching a robot to play soccer is a lot harder — and lot ...
California Dreamin’
13 September 2016

On location in Santa Barbara, international exchange student Brody Smith reflects on how awesome it is to be ...
What happens when four engineers share a house?
25 August 2016

James McCulloch and his housemates take home improvements to new heights – ...