06 April 2021

A Hole of a Solution

UNSW Scientists are further along in their goal to create faster, stronger and more energy efficient computers.  A new collaborative paper between FLEET (the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronic Technologies), CQC

09 July 2019

First observation of native ferroelectric metal

A UNSW study published over the weekend in Science Advances, is the first observation of a native ferroelectric metal, with potential for new nano-

25 June 2019

2019 Gordon Godfrey Workshop

10 May 2019

65,000 yrs - the great history of Australian Aboriginal Astronomy

Emus can’t fly, but there’s an Emu in the sky. People have been looking up to the stars for a long time, but for how long?

01 May 2019

School of Physics Student Prize Ceremony

The School of Physics held its annual award night on Wednesday 1 May, to recognise the top performing students of 2018.  The ceremony is an opportu

22 March 2019

The sky should be the limit: meet the researcher working towards new horizons for women in astronomy

Observational Astronomer Associate Professor Sarah Brough is taking Australian astronomy to greater heights.

06 December 2018

2019 Casual Teaching Positions

We are accepting applications for 2019 casual laboratory demonstrators in the first year and higher year teaching laboratories, teaching assistants for online courses, problem solving workshops and the first year study area.

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