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Hot springs set to cool down Fiji

Professor Klaus Regenauer-Leib is putting the power of geothermal to work in Fiji ...
Professor Rose Amal: at the forefront of Chemical Engineering

Scientia Professor Rose Amal, who is a world leader in her ...
 Hands-free safety at home

New technology developed by UNSW’s School of Computer Science and Engineering will help elderly people live ...
A photovoltaic mercy mission

Unique educational experience results in restored power to remote Vanuatuan villages left in the dark for ...
The woman your daughter should meet

Computer science engineer Nesrin Saab takes us on an enlightening journey from geeky fun ...
The gift of a good night’s sleep

When UNSW Chemical Engineer Michael Farrell stepped up to CEO at ResMed and ...
Road to Washington D.C.

Tom Perfrement, UNSW Chemical Engineering undergraduate student and UNSW Co-op Program Scholar has been selected as ...
Hydrogen-powered products at the forefront of innovation

Researchers in the School of Chemical Engineering are developing a ...
Image: NASA / Flickr

Dinosaurs went extinct because they didn’t have a space program ...
Cybersecurity is everybody’s business

When it comes to computer security, there’s no silver bullet ...
Let the creative juices flow

Crafting a different approach to teaching engineering design ...
 Australian space milestone achieved by students shows potential for sector

We need to equip the next generation with the skills ...
 NASA is right: Australia needs CSIRO’s aerosol monitoring more than ever

Atmospheric scientists worldwide are seeking to save Australia’s involvement in a NASA-led ...

From the student blog

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15 May 2018

The name says it all for this newly-established student society that aims to not only provide a welcoming ...
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1 May 2018

Starting university can be a bewildering time, but Jason Ren has taken it all in his ...
The curvature of the earth taken by GoPro
17 April 2018

Emma Su recounts the nail-biting highs and lows of a successful mission by BLUEsat, the ...
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GlobalTech Alliance Robotics Workshop 2018, Sydney

Sat, 26/05/2018
The 2018 GlobalTech Alliance Robotics Workshop will be hosted by the University of New South...
Year 10 subject and selection evening

Year 10 Subject Selection & Information Evening (29 May)

Tue, 29/05/2018
This evening is the best place for you to start if you are thinking about...
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Lethal Autonomous Robots and the plight of the non-combatant

Wed, 30/05/2018
One of the most controversial aspects of the rise of intelligent machines is the development...
VR Hack-04

VR Hack: How might we use Virtual Reality technology to improve Health and Well-being?

Fri, 1/06/2018 to Sun, 3/06/2018
THE CHALLENGE: How might we use Virtual Reality technology to improve Health and Well-being?