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Country Practising

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Tyron Clayworth, a 3rd Year Medicine student, is taking a year to study at the Port Macquarie campus of the UNSW Rural Clinical School. UNSW has five Rural Clinical School campuses across N.S.W.

Chemo hope for cancer kids

By UNSWTV

Children with a particularly lethal cancer could benefit from potentially life-saving treatment, following breakthrough work led by researchers at UNSW Australia.

The case for a national same-sex marriage law in Australia

By UNSWTV

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.

VC's Message Semester 2 2013

By UNSWTV

Vice Chancellor updates the UNSW Community on progress in semester 2.

City of Sydney - Modelling the Future?

By UNSWTV

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 physical and gaming model, which creates a whole new range of possibilities for urban planning.

Smart Recycling

By UNSWTV

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.

Smart Recycling

By UNSWTV

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.

UNSW Confucius Conversations - The Hon. Senator Bob Carr

By UNSWTV

'The Australia-China Partnership in the Asian Century'.

Crysis in Parasite Paradise

By UNSWTV

An interactive installation shows how cities of the future may be planned using a combination of traditional models and fun gaming technology.



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