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Mapping the Layers of Life - (EXCERPT)

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Bulgaria has several little known archaeological sites that potentially hold the answers to key questions about the foundation of western civilisation.

Mapping the Layers of Life

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Bulgaria has several little known archaeological sites that potentially hold the answers to key questions about the foundation of western civilisation.

Luminary speakers

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Public talks and lectures by some of the world's most respected thinkers.

Arts and Society 2010

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In her element - Professor Emma Johnston

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UNSW's Professor Emma Johnston on her work in marine ecology, inspiring a new generation of scientists and why diving in Sydney Harbour still gives her a buzz.

Vice-Chancellor’s 2014 welcome message

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UNSW Australia’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer updates staff on enrolments and other developments as we head into a new academic year.

VC MESSAGES

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Messages from the UNSW Vice Chancellor.

Why winds explain earth's surface warming slowdown

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UNSW's Prof Matt England on how heat stored in the western Pacific Ocean appears to be largely responsible for the hiatus in surface warming observed over the past 13 years.

"Gandhi - Lovers and Haters" - UNSW Annual Gandhi Oration presented by Thomas Keneally AO (Excerpt)

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Booker prize-winning author Tom Keneally challenges Australia’s policy on asylum seekers in his delivery of the 2014 Gandhi Oration at UNSW.



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