Animation students are getting out from behind their computers to learn body movement techniques designed to bring their characters to life.


Professor Paul Davies and Lucy Hawking on stage at the Sydney Opera House on Saturday with Professor Stephen Hawking, beaming in via hologram technology from the University of Cambridge. Photo: Prudence Upton

Physics superstar Professor Stephen Hawking, and his daughter Lucy, a renowned author, have been awarded the 2015 UNSW Medal for Science Communication. Professor Hawking wowed audiences at the Sydney Opera House, beaming in from Cambridge via hologram technology thanks to a partnership with Cisco and UNSW's Big Questions Institute. 


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The “hiatus” in the rise of global average air temperatures is used as a touchstone argument for those who deny the science of global warming. But it is just a blip compared to the long-term warming we have in store, writes Matthew England.

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The recent slowdown in the rise of global average air temperatures will make no difference to how much the planet will warm by 2100, a new study has found.

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"It is climactic and marks a particularly brutal and horrible battle," says UNSW's Andrew Schultz of his musical score marking the centenary of Anzac Day.


Harold Septimus Power - The enemy in sight 1916. Oil on canvas, 148 x 224 cm. Purchased 1916.

The visual responses of Australian artists to the “immense human tragedy” of WWI are being explored in an exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.


The Hubble Space Telescope has viewed many heavenly wonders, such as the Eagle Nebula’s Pillars of Creation. NASA, ESA/Hubble and the Hubble Heritage Team

On the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers from around the globe, including UNSW's Chris Tinney, describe the Hubble image with the most scientific relevance for them.