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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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Statement from UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Jacobs on ...
MME selected to receive cutting-edge 3D printing machine worth $350,000

UNSW Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering was selected to receive a ...
UNSW researchers recognised

UNSW researchers recognised for their breakthroughs ...
Solar panels in the Madhyabindu Climate Smart Village, Nepal (photos Brad Murphy)

As interest in humanitarian engineering swells across the Faculty a new course is introduced ...
The winning team, from UNSW CREATE.

For the second consecutive year, UNSW wins the student robotics ...
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UNSW has had great success in the RoboCup Soccer, but now they’re branching into the domestic side ...
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Three UNSW Engineering subjects were Australia’s best based on a list that ...
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INGENUITY, a new science magazine focusing on the frontiers of engineering research at UNSW and ...
The Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research team who saved two Aussie cubesats in space, next to the roof antenna with a model of UNSW-EC0 cubesat. Left to right: Cheryl Brown, William Andrew, Eamon Glennon, John Lam, Timothy Guo, Alexander Kroh, Elias Aboutanios and Joon Wayn Cheong.

Two Australian satellites, feared lost after being deployed from the International Space ...
UNSW satellite alive and well

UNSW space engineers celebrate successful communication with recently deployed satellite UNSW-EC0 ...
Australian satellite in orbit, but no signal detected so far

The first Australian satellite in 15 years, UNSW-EC0, was successfully ...
Light up the night

As the sun goes down over Sydney Harbour, our Student-led Activities team CREATE UNSW's latest creation ...

From the student blog

A robotics adventure in Poland
7 August 2017

Harry J. E. Day was one of eight lucky UNSW students who set off to ...
O-Week for Semester 2
14 July 2017

Fourth-year Engineering student Hannah’s guide to making the most of O-Week ...
The bogan, the Bathurst 100 and the bold vision
13 June 2017

As a proud Goulburnian with a passion for all things high-powered, ...
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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...