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Shirt ironed, lunch packed

Darcy Small gives us a fascinating glimpse into life as a premature corporate hack and why ...
UNSW students win Harvard BIOMOD for third time

A UNSW student-designed DNA scaffolding nanostructure that provides new insights into self-assembling ...
U.S. science writer joins UNSW as Journalist-in-Residence

Matthew Hutson, a technology writer and contributor to Science, Newsweek, Wired, The Atlantic ...
Women in Engineering program a finalist for global diversity award

UNSW’s Women in Engineering Program reaches the final three in ...
Why I chose UNSW for my postgraduate studies

Ankhtuya “Anka” Bold is from Mongolia and doing her Master of Engineering ...
Funding success for Cyber Security CRC

A successful bid for a new cooperative research centre (CRC) will put UNSW Engineering ...
It’s a win-win for Petroleum Engineering student Jessie Chen`

UNSW Engineering student Jessie Chen never turns down an opportunity, which ...
Internet collar wins students a trip to Silicon Valley

Industry giants submit their wicked problems, and engineering students solve them; ...
Flip-flop qubits: radical new quantum computing design invented

Engineers at Australia’s University of New South Wales have invented a radical ...
Building life, giving hope

Mingling with 908 university students from 78 countries taking part in six days of inspiration, motivation ...
6 things to do this Open Day

First-class advice from someone who’s been there: Sanjeevan Prabahar explains how you can ...
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 ...

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Shirt ironed, lunch packed
16 November 2017

Darcy Small gives us a fascinating glimpse into life as a premature corporate hack and why ...
Why I chose UNSW for my postgraduate studies
30 October 2017

Ankhtuya “Anka” Bold is from Mongolia and doing her Master of Engineering ...
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11 October 2017

This time last year, Moshe Hollander was in the penultimate year of his UNSW Aerospace Engineering ...
ACAM 9

9th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics (ACAM 9)

Mon, 27/11/2017 to Wed, 29/11/2017
The National Committee on Applied Mechanics , Australia is proud to be organising the 9th...
Mining Summer School 2018

Mining Summer School 2018

Wed, 17/01/2018 to Fri, 19/01/2018
Applications have now closed for the 2018 UNSW Mining Engineering Summer School. The Mining Summer...