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The trials, tribulations and treasures of field work in Africa

Africa. A history of corrupt warlords and dictators, wild safaris ...
Women in Engineering awards

UNSW’s Women in Engineering Awards are presented by UNSW Engineering, ...
Urban floods intensifying, countryside drying up

An exhaustive global analysis of rainfall and rivers shows signs of a radical shift ...
Stephen Wooldridge

Statement from UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Jacobs on ...
Tapping the Earth’s heat

New masters program in Geothermal Engineering offers first-class exposure to this exciting field ...
MME selected to receive cutting-edge 3D printing machine worth $350,000

UNSW Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering was selected to receive a ...
Targeting DNA mutations in disease

Amazing new gene editing technology has ushered forth a renaissance for genetic engineering ...
Advancing the potential of lithium-sulfur batteries

UNSW researchers are working hard to close the technological gaps preventing commercialisation of Li-S ...
Dean’s column

UNSW Engineering continues to make a major contribution to our energy future ...
Taking to the skies

How revolutionary drone software company Propeller Aero is making insight easy across diverse industries ...
Smart sensing for smarter mines

Dr Simit Raval explains how new technologies are about to take the mining industry by ...
Producing oil with negative CO2 emissions

Dr Furqan Hussain explains the double benefits of his innovative CO2 sequestration research ...
Enlighten your sensors

Professor Francois Ladouceur is excited to find himself at the helm of his own successful start-up company ...
UNSW researchers recognised

UNSW researchers recognised for their breakthroughs ...

From the student blog

The trials, tribulations and treasures of field work in Africa
21 August 2017

Africa. A history of corrupt warlords and dictators, wild safaris ...
Ting ting… Back to uni… Round 2!
7 August 2017

When Susana Simon lost her first graduate job, it didn’t take her long ...
A robotics adventure in Poland
7 August 2017

Harry J. E. Day was one of eight lucky UNSW students who set off to ...
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Women in STEM: METS Career Pathways

Thu, 24/08/2017
The Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) Sector is looking for you! The METS sector...
20th Annual Kenneth Finlay Memorial Lecture & Dinner

20th Annual Kenneth Finlay Memorial Lecture & Dinner

Tue, 19/09/2017
UNSW Mining Engineering will host the 20th Kenneth Finlay Memorial Lecture, followed by the annual...
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3rd Off Earth Mining Forum (OEMF2017)

Wed, 20/09/2017 to Thu, 21/09/2017
The buzz around an off-earth based economy has only been growing in momentum since the...
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Taste of Electrical Engineering 2017

Mon, 25/09/2017 to Wed, 27/09/2017
The UNSW Sydney are offering the three-day Year 10 and a Year 11 workshop (with...