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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Deputy Leader Tanya Plibersek on the rooftop of UNSW's Energy Technologies Building, home to the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering. Photo Rob Largent.
Opinion piece by DR Richard Corkish, UNSW solar-photovoltaic researcher and Professor Andrew Blakers from Australian National University.
PhD positions available until 16 October 2016
Be involved in an exciting new research area at UNSW. Two PhD positions are available starting 2017, top-up scholarships are provided. Conduct research on photovoltaic module structures and processes that...
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.

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