Science and Engineering
Down to the WireBy UNSWTV
PhD student Bent Weber has created the tiniest silicon conducting wire ever made, taking us a step closer to the creation of a practical quantum computer.
Sex, Genes & Rock 'n' RollBy UNSWTV
Professor Rob Brooks stage-dives into the theory that rock music can enhance your chances of being an evolutionary winner.
A Nose By Any Other Name - Talking Point: Brynn HibbertBy UNSWTV
Australia's only Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Prof Brynn Hibbert, talks about the potential of the electronic nose to sniff out graffiti artists, drug importers and terrorists, and how to catch a sports cheat.
Hit the BrakesBy UNSWTV
Character animation explaining why even if we curb greenhouse gases now there will be a rise in earth's temperature even after we've hit the brakes.
New treatment for short-sightednessBy UNSWTV
Prof Helen Swarbrick discusses a new clinical technique for the treatment of myopia (or short-sightedness) that involves reshaping the cornea using a hard contact lens worn at night.
Safer Cycling StudyBy UNSWTV
On your bike? Then get online and sign up for UNSW’s Safer Cycling Study, launched this week.
Man vs WildBy UNSWTV
The climate responds to whatever forces it to change at the time. Unfortunately we're now the dominant force.
Secrets of high liz-ibilityBy UNSWTV
If you've ever tried waving to someone in a crowd, you'll how hard it is for small rainforest animals to signal to each other with so many other distractions to catch the eye.