UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 3 of 6By UNSWTV
UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 3/6 Pair Work.
UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 2 of 6By UNSWTV
UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 2/6
UFS English Whit#1 Sentence Connectors Part 5 of 6By UNSWTV
UFS Academic English Lesson: Cohesive Devices – Part 5/6.
King of the Corporate JungleBy UNSWTV
Ten finalists from UNSW's Media Portfolio course compete in a battle of pitches to industry professionals. Who will be king of the corporate jungle?
The case for recognising indigenous Australians in our constitutionBy UNSWTV
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has promised to hold a referendum on recognising Aboriginal peoples in the Australian constitution. Professor George Williams from UNSW's Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law provides three things that you may not know about Australia’s Constitution – three facts that make this task pressing and important.
Law and SocietyBy UNSWTV
For all topics related to the Faculties of Law and Arts and Social Sciences.
Using cameras that operate at a million frames a second, UNSW's Dr Harald Kleine captures shockwave phenomena - anything from explosive blasts and bullets to the supersonic flows around jet aircraft.
NSi Inventor of Year finalist: Obada KayaliBy UNSWTV
Obada Kayali is one of 11 finalists in the 2009 NSI Inventor of the Year Awards.
eVe - Genesis of the 'normal' solar carBy UNSWTV
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.