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CEIN begins mission to reduce and re-use waste in Australia

The newly announced Circular Economy Innovation Network (CEIN) held its inaugural meeting at UNSW on Monday where stakeholders discussed the size and complexity of...

UNSW scientists set out to prove that mining on the moon in commercially viable

A team of UNSW engineers is putting up a case for the commercial viability of mining water from the moon in an effort to...

UNSW scientists successfully demonstrate feasibility of pioneering 3D atomic-scale quantum chip architecture

UNSW scientists have made a great stride towards developing a blueprint to make a large-scale quantum computer. UNSW researchers at the Centre of Excellence for...

UNSW researchers develop effective process that turns old clothes into high-end building materials

Researchers at UNSW’s Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT) have masterminded an effective method to turn old clothing and textiles into high-quality...

New Australia-China partnership set to begin large-scale manufacturing of graphene cables

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) has signed a major collaboration agreement with China's Hangzhou ­Cables to begin large-scale manufacturing of next-generation graphene...

GE Additive deploys sophisticated metal 3D printing machine at UNSW

Global digital industrial company GE will enable UNSW Sydney students and staff to help further develop the application of 3D printing with the deployment...

Aussie researchers develop flexible screen-printed batteries for portable devices and renewables

A joint UNSW-University of Queensland project is expected to result in the development of ultra-thin, flexible screen-printed batteries for cheap portable devices and intermittent...

UNSW collaborates with China’s WeTouch to develop next generation of touchscreens

The University of UNSW has entered into a research partnership with Chinese company WeTouch to develop new types of touchscreens that overcome the drawbacks...

Strategic Elements teams up with CSIRO to develop printable Nanocube Memory ink

Strategic Elements and CSIRO have signed a research agreement to develop the printable Nanocube Memory ink technology originally invented at the University of New...

Lack of mining engineers shows Australia is ill prepared for the next mining boom...

Australia is experiencing a serious decline in enrollments for mining engineering degrees that industry experts believe will create "a desperate shortage" of graduates within...
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