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Geopolymer concrete being poured on Wyndham Street in Alexandria.

Drivers on the way to Sydney Airport will stress test the ...
Associate Professor Bram Hoex with the lab-scale ALD reactor which is used for process development.

Just six months after signing an agreement to ...
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Dr Rahman Daiyan discusses how the team from UNSW’s Particles and Catalysis Laboratory plan ...
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UNSW engineers have shown that micro-submarines powered by nano-motors could navigate ...
A team of engineers is building the capacity to cancel noise around a ‘data qubit’ by detecting the noise on a ‘spectator qubit’ in its vicinity. Image from Shutterstock

A new project to develop an unprecedented capability in quantum computing - ...
CoastSnap station at Manly Beach. Credit Larry Paice

An innovative community beach monitoring program, CoastSnap, is turning average ...
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Autonomous weapons are cheap and fast but there is rising concern at ...
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The Nuisance and Harmful Algae Science-Practice Partnership is developing strategies to manage and ...
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UNSW engineers are providing guidance on how to mitigate the serious health risks associated ...
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Researchers from UNSW’s Global Water Institute are ...
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Researchers from the School of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering have been named in ...
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UNSW researchers are working with industry to help deal with ...
Insidious contaminants are travelling long distances via our waterways but their unique ‘signatures’ offer clean up hopes. Image: Shutterstock

Insidious PFAS contaminants are travelling long distances via our waterways but their unique ...

From the student blog

Hyperloop team posing in front of SpaceX rocket
16 July 2019

If the Yasmin of 3 years ago could see me ...
FLU preparing WREN for flight
2 July 2019

The UNSW Flight Labs (FLU) team would like to introduce you to WREN, a flying-wing quadplane ...
The EWH team with kids at the local hospital
18 June 2019

3 years, 109 students and 958 pieces of medical equipment later, the Engineering World ...
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Towards a Lower Carbon Economy - Perspectives from the Coal Face

Mon, 29/07/2019
NSW School of Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering presents the 2019 Mitsubishi Development Sustainability Lecture...
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2019 Engineering Education Showcase

Fri, 16/08/2019
The Faculty of Engineering's annual Faculty-wide learning and teaching (T&L) forum. The purpose of this...
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Science and Engineering Indigenous Pre-Program Digital Launch

Mon, 2/12/2019 to Wed, 18/12/2019
The UNSW Science and Engineering Pre-Program is an opportunity for Indigenous students looking to explore...