The Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) and UNSW’s School of Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering will host the fourth Off-Earth Mining Forum in Sydney this month. The forum will bring together leading local and international space and mining experts, researchers, lawyers, financiers, economists and government, to discuss Australia’s future in global space industry. … Continue reading Sydney to host Off-Earth Mining Forum
UNSW researchers have developed a graphene filter that can purify methane from biogas produced in wastewater plants. The research team, led by Dr Rakesh Joshi of the UNSW School of Materials Science and Engineering, has demonstrated at lab-scale that graphene membranes can be used to extract methane present in biogas generated during the breakdown of … Continue reading Researchers find water treatment application for graphene technology
Researchers from the University of NSW (UNSW) that are working to develop research and commercial opportunities in the fields of robotics and environmental protection have secured two new industry partnerships during UNSW’s Torch research roadshow in China. The delegation of 13 UNSW researchers from 8 schools met with more than 200 enterprises, technology transfer platforms … Continue reading UNSW secures industry partnerships in China for robotics and water treatment research
Sydney Water is funding a project involving Professor Francois Ladouceur from the UNSW School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, Thales Underwater Systems and Zedelef that will test the ability of optical sonar array technology to accurately detect leaks in Sydney’s water pipes. An estimated 10 per cent of water is lost daily from Sydney Water … Continue reading Sydney Water teams up with UNSW, Thales and Zedelef to detect water leaks
Researchers at UNSW Sydney, along with partners H2Store, have received a $3.5 million investment from Providence Asset Group to develop a first-of-its-kind hydrogen storage system that could mean cheaper, safer storage for renewable energy. Professor Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou and his team at UNSW’s School of Chemical Engineering have developed a unique system that provides cheap storage … Continue reading UNSW partners with industry to develop cheap hydrogen storage
Collaborative research between UNSW Sydney and the University of Sydney has overcome a fundamental hurdle to building quantum computers in silicon, opening the way to further develop the machines at scale. The two groups, led by Professor Andrew Dzurak at UNSW and Professor David Reilly at the University of Sydney have demonstrated that the state, … Continue reading Research collaboration pushes forward quantum computing tech
Winners of the Maker Games at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) last year, team Arash, talk to PACE about the technology behind their autonomous naval ship hull cleaner. UNSW’s Maker Games 2018 completed its second year in October, showcasing the innovative projects of undergraduate students. The winners this round were Team Arash, a … Continue reading UNSW students present innovative robot solution for cleaning ship hulls
Australia’s first ambassador for Women in STEM, astrophysicist Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith, is to join UNSW as Professor of Practice in Science Communication. UNSW has also been named the host organisation for her Women in STEM ambassador role. Harvey-Smith, an award-winning astrophysicist with 15 years’ experience conducting and publishing fundamental astrophysics research at universities and research … Continue reading Women in STEM ambassador to launch 10-year plan at UNSW
The idea that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will learn unique human traits like adaptability, creativity and emotional intelligence is something that many in society consider to be an unlikely or distant possibility. But Toby Walsh, Scientia professor of AI at UNSW Sydney, has put a date on would could be reality. He considers 2062 the year … Continue reading AI will match human intelligence by 2062, UNSW professor says
UNSW scientists have developed a new carbon-based material that could revolutionise moisture control in applications as diverse as electronics, packaging and air conditioning – and which could even be used to keep footwear fresh. The new super dessicant, made from graphene oxide, significantly outperforms current drying agents, and is twice as absorbent as the industry … Continue reading Soaking up the water and the sweat – a new super desiccant
A $1 million joint fund established by UNSW and the NSW mining industry will take the form of a scholarship offering up to 25 students over $48,000 each over four years.
Three Australian “CubeSats” have been given the all-clear to be launched from the International Space Station next January, as part of a global project to learn more about the thermosphere.
The Australian Centre for Cyber Security (ACCS) at UNSW Canberra and (ISC) today announced an agreement to forge a strategic alliance focusing on capacity building in Australia and throughout the Asia-Pacific region.