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UNSW scientists measuring blood flow in the brain to better understand why people often become aggressive after drinking alcohol have found that brain areas that temper aggression shut off when...

With this week marking 60 years of international collaboration in Antarctica, UNSW’s Matthew England has warned that melting of Antarctic ice poses one of the greatest threats to the world.

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

Events

Feb
19
The use of online video for learning now appears to be “business as usual” for many universities...
Feb
19
What is it like to live on Mars for 8 months? Join James Bevington and UNSW Engineering on 19th...
Feb
21
Hosted by the Dean of Science, Professor Emma Johnston, this event welcomes the freshest crop of...
Feb
21
Hosted by the Dean of Science, Professor Emma Johnston, this event welcomes the freshest crop of...

Videos

UNSW Science - Bondi Rescue significantly improves knowledge about the dangers of the surf

UNSW Science Graduate - Catherine Beehag

Bachelor of Data Science & Decisions at UNSW