Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has described UNSW research into quantum computing as 'the best work in the world'. He was opening UNSW's new quantum laboratory complex with the Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Christopher Pyne.
Renowned professor of marine ecology and TV presenter Emma Johnston is adding Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) to her impressive list of achievements.
There is indisputable evidence that climate change is harming the reef, write Andrew King, David Karoly, Mitchell Black, Ove Hoegh-Guldberg and Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.
Simone Li, the first UNSW student accepted into a prestigious joint PhD program at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, has made a game-changing discovery about what is going on in our gut.
With over half the world’s population now living in urban areas, how will cities manage potential over-crowding, poverty and natural disasters resulting from climate change?
UNSW is hosting the Leadership Forum on Energy Transition for Australia, an initiative of the ACF that brings together leaders from business, academia and the community to develop a clean energy blueprint for the nation.
The public has little sympathy for a government that rushes to lock in a major policy commitment when it knows an election is near, writes Gabrielle Appleby.
Research expeditions shouldn't need to rely on governments for funding, write Chris Turney and Christopher Fogwill.
If a High Court challenge to Australia's new rules for electing senators succeeds, it will have the impact of a sledgehammer on the 2016 election, writes George Williams.
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In ten or 20 years there will be inquiries into the serious harms inflicted by immigration detention. We will listen and ask ourselves why “good people stood by”, write Karen Zwi and Nicholas Talley.
Gun violence has halved in Australia since laws were changed in the wake of the 1996 Port Arthur massacre. We must jealously guard our success if we are to prevent future deaths and trauma caused by these lethal implements, write Rebecca Peters and Chris Cuneen.
‘Zero-energy’ buildings – which generate as much power as they consume – are now much closer after a UNSW team achieved the world’s highest efficiency using flexible solar cells that are non-toxic and cheap to make.
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There is no bolder idea than quantum computing, said Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, hailing UNSW's research in the transformative technology as the “best work in the world".
This week's PNG court judgment on the illegality of Manus Island is a scathing indictment on how the Australian and PNG governments have conducted themselves since 2012, writes Madeline Gleeson.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is aware of the cybercrime threat, but our allies are further ahead, writes Greg Austin.
Coinciding with the opening of a new quantum computing laboratory at UNSW by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, UNSW researchers have made another advance towards the development of a silicon-based quantum computer.
UNSW researchers are concerned about the paltry size of the new climate science research centre announced by the CSIRO.
UNSW and ABC RN are inviting applications from outstanding early career researchers across Australia working in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medical research for Top 5 under 40.
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