24 April 2018

Finding our Sun’s lost siblings

In a huge galactic archaeology project, astronomers led by UNSW's Dr Sarah Martell have revealed the “DNA” of more than 340,000 stars in the Milky Way, which should help them find the siblings of the Sun, now scattered across the sky. 

06 May 2015

Physics Prize Ceremony

On Monday 27 April the School of Physics held its annual prize giving ceremony, to award academic prizes to the top performing students of 2014.
First author, Dr Adam Burke, during visit to Lund Nanolab
28 April 2015

Horizontal architecture to help nanoelectronics industry

Researchers in the School of Physics have developed a new scalable process for making nanowire transistors with multiple, independently-controllable gates.
Claire-Elise Green awarded CSIRO Alumni scholarship
14 April 2015

CSIRO Scholarship awarded to UNSW Astrophysics student

Claire-Elise Green, a PhD student in the Department of Astrophysics, has been awarded the inaugural CSIRO Alumni Scholarship in Physics.
Photo of UNSW Vice Chancellor Ian Jacobs
14 February 2015

Vice Chancellor Visits School

The School of Physics was proud to host Professor Ian Jacobs, just eight days into his tenure as Vice Chancellor of UNSW Australia.
14 January 2015

Casual Teaching Positions

Casual teaching assistants and laboratory demonstrator positions - closing date for applications is 6 February 2015.
03 December 2014

UNSW researchers discover strange magnetic properties of quantum confined 'holes' in a semiconductor

A new paper by LaReine Yeoh, Ashwin Srinivasan, Oleh Klochan and co-authors reveals new and strange magnetic properties of quantum confined holes.

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