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A dried up Lake Hume on the border between New South Wales and Victoria.

Global water supplies are shrinking, even as rainfall is rising. The culprit? ...

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have secured $2 million from the Australian ...
Climate change problem solved with waste products

Researchers from UNSW have developed a new high-density (low carbon) geopolymer concrete using ...

A review of the international trade footprint on people and the planet shows about ...

Opportunities abound for researchers and companies interested in commercialising environmental technologies in China ...
Young minds tackle coastal challenges

In an interesting departure from their core business, the team at UNSW’s Water Research Laboratory ...
Stuart Khan, Adrian Russell and Chongmin Song

Congratulations to Stuart Khan, Adrian Russell, Ean Tat Ooi, and Chongmin Song for ...
Sahani Pathiraja

Hydrology PhD student Sahani Pathiraja awarded an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) at ...
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When Beijing Origin Water Technology Co (B.O.W), one of the world’s biggest ...
School ARC Successes Continue

A testament to the wealth, breadth and depth of talent here ...
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School engineering management expert says ‘risk’ is in disarray ...
Universities – the smartest investment

Game-changing report highlights UNSW Engineering as a smart investment ...
Engineers demonstrate the dangers of floodwaters

Australia’s weather conditions can create extremely dangerous situations for drivers ...
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The lessons of the east coast storms ...

From the student blog

Nancy Zhuang
4 September 2018

When Nancy Zhuang joined WIESoc, little did she know it would lead to global internship opportunities ...
27 March 2018

Karen Kuan has not let the grass grow under her feet. During her ...
Why I chose UNSW for my postgraduate studies
30 October 2017

Ankhtuya “Anka” Bold is from Mongolia and doing her Master of Engineering ...