UNSW design student Alfred Boyadgis has won a prestigous Red Dot design award for his futuristic motor cycle cop helmet that has facial recognition technology and a fully integrated communications system.
Children with respiratory problems until now have been faced with dragging around a large and unwieldy oxygen tank. But a new award-winning innovation by an Australian design student will change all that. Roam is a lightweight oxygen cylinder that was dev
The UNSW Solar Racing Team, Sunswift, have raised the bar for solar powered vehicles with eVe, a sleek and sporty car built on the premise of practicality that could usher in a new era of sustainable driving in Australia.
Geminoid F visits the new Creative Robotics Lab within the National Institute of Experimental Arts at UNSW Australia's College of Fine Arts.
Her Excellency Ms Koleka Mqulwana, High Commissioner for the Republic of South Africa in Australia, on how the world can best honour Nelson Mandela's struggle for a just South Africa.
For one night only, UNSW Science joins with Science Alert and I F***ing Love Science to present an evening of total geek-out - IFLS Live! at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.
Children with a particularly lethal cancer could benefit from potentially life-saving treatment, following breakthrough work led by researchers at UNSW Australia.
PM Kevin Rudd has promised a conscience vote on same-sex marriage laws at federal level, but what happens if the states get to the altar before him? Professor George Williams, Director of the Gilbert+Tobin Centre of Public Law at UNSW explains.
A new method of recycling that combines different waste materials to come up with a new sustainable product. A win win for both business and the environment.
Cities of the future may one day be planned using a combination of traditional architectural models and fun gaming technology. Professor Richard Goodwin and Russell Lowe, have created an installation where people can interact in real-time with both the ph
Excerpt from Professor Chris Turney's Brainfood lecture on his plans for a new Antarctic expedition to mark the centenary of Sir Douglas Mawson's expedition of 1913.
Researchers at UNSW Australia have proposed a new way to distinguish between quantum bits that are placed only a few nanometres apart in a silicon chip, taking them a step closer to the construction of a large-scale quantum computer.
World renowned photographer and UNSW visiting fellow William Yang speaks about the making of his first film, which is premiering at the Sydney Film Festival.
Associate Professor Sami Kara from UNSW's School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering on the 3D printer, and why it could lead to a new manufacturing world of "desktop factories."
A UNSW-led team of Australian researchers has achieved a breakthrough that brings the prospect of a network of super-fast quantum computers - connected via a quantum internet --closer to reality.
UNSW Scientia Professor George Williams on the complicity of Australia and other countries in the CIA's torturing of 136 terror suspects since the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Australia relies on a whole lot of critical data from its friendly neighbours. But what if the planned new satellites from the US and Europe aren't getting off the ground? Can we afford to be a freeloader any longer?
In 2008 a remarkable relationship was kindled between the children of Tigger’s Honeypot, one of UNSW’s child care centres, and the residents of Milford House, an aged care facility in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. Once a fortnight the children pay a visit to
Campus life is about to get bigger and better with the opening of the Kensington Colleges redevelopment in 2014. We preview the new facilities and hear from students and alumni about the benefits of college life.
Animation from COFA student James Tran. Winner of best animation at the 2012 COFA Annual Awards.