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2 March 2018

OPINION: Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could bring back a deceased loved one?

2 March 2018

Wild bilbies are more reluctant to leave their burrows when dog faeces has been placed nearby than when they are presented with the faeces of...

2 March 2018

UNSW Science has performed strongly in the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject, with Materials Science placed first in Australia, and...

28 February 2018

Fossilized bones of two new species of tiny, flightless extinct birds have been discovered...

20 February 2018

A radiocarbon 'golden spike' found in a tree on an island in the Southern Ocean marks a new geological epoch during which human activity has been ...

20 February 2018

Speaking on behalf of 70,000 Australian scientists and technologists, Professor Emma Johnston delivers a message of...

7 February 2018

UNSW Science research on marine pollution, ocean weather and cell culture has contributed to UNSW being awarded 43% of the overall funding...

5 February 2018

With today marking six decades of successful international collaboration in Antarctica, the melting of Antarctic ice poses one of the greatest...

5 February 2018

Senior Australian water scientists and economists, including UNSW's Richard Kingsford, have called for urgent...

30 January 2018

The world’s first atlas that maps the most common types of soil bacteria in environments around the world has been compiled by an international...