Quantum data at the atom's heartBy UNSWTV
UNSW researchers have achieved a quantum breakthrough, turning the nucleus of an atom into a qubit or quantum bit - the building blocks of super powerful quantum computers of the future.
Home is where the health isBy UNSWTV
A report by UNSW’s Social Policy Research Centre has shown how providing stable housing for people with mental illness has reduced NSW hospitalisation rates by over 80% and saved $30 million in hospital costs.
Australia and China acting on climate change - Greg CombetBy UNSWTV
UNSW alumnus Greg Combet, Minister for Climate Change & Energy Efficiency and Minister for Industry & Innovation, speaks at the 2013 Australia-China Climate Change Forum at the University of New South Wales.
Case for space - The need for an Australian space programBy UNSWTV
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?
The heat goes onBy UNSWTV
Australian summers are lasting longer and happening more often, according to latest research from the Centre for Climate Change Research.
Curating CitiesBy UNSWTV
Curating Cities researches the current and potential contribution of public art to eco-sustainable development, focusing on the world’s best practice and potential benefits to Sydney and cities in general.
From Tigger's to Milford House, with loveBy UNSWTV
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 their older friends, to paint, sculpt, sing, laugh and share stories.