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So what’s going on when oxygen gets “sucked out of the water”? ...
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? ...
Dr Meead Saberi.

The transition from heavy traffic to complete gridlock follows the same quantifiable pattern ...
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UNSW's Dr Beena Ahmed, Dr Bianca Capra and Dr Kalinda Griffiths ...
Dean of UNSW Engineering - Professor Mark Hoffman

As we come towards the end of a very eventful year, one is inclined ...
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A partnership between UNSW Sydney and an Australian business is creating smart building ...
Dean of Engineering Professor Mark Hoffman with the UNSW Sunswift team.

The UNSW Sunswift solar car team overcame major setbacks to drive ...
Jordan Forsyth, UNSW Mechanical Engineering alumni

JAR Aerospace is a two-year-old startup that was founded by ...
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UNSW Sydney's Sunswift solar electric car team is ...
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Rachel McVittie proves through hard work, guts and determination that engineering, and ultimately ...
Submarines are covered in acoustic tiles which help to dampen the sound it makes as well as helping it evade sonar detection. Picture: iStock

Work on metamaterials looks at the way acoustic coatings on submarine hulls can ...
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UNSW Engineering researchers are automating visual change detection for applications ranging from defence to ...

From the student blog

Annie Hu
16 October 2018

Annie Hu explains how the Transurban’s Female Excelling in Engineering and Technology Program ...
Greta Ritchard
2 October 2018

According to Greta Ritchard: Win-Win-Win. In our ...
Workshopping ideas with cool people
18 September 2018

Darcy Small, Global Voices Delegate and UNSW Co-op Scholar ...
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2019 UNSW Engineering Taste of Research Program Showcase

Fri, 8/02/2019
This is the culmination of our elite Taste of Research Summer Scholarship Program (see below...