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Astronomers have spotted something they weren't expecting – a star that has been travelling at 6 million kilometres an hour for 5 million years.
Rapid progress for Australia on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals is possible and could deliver a fairer, greener, more prosperous nation in 2030 – if managed properly – new UNSW research has...
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Nov
20
Do you ever wonder how those around you can all be so successful? Do you experience Imposter...
Nov
20
Is there still time to save our planet, or is ecological bankruptcy inevitable? For decades,...
Nov
21
Advances in geometric singular perturbation theory (GSPT) and the computational singular...
Nov
22
Big data has become a ubiquitous watchword of biomedical innovation advocating deployment of data-...

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Tristan Dwyer, UNSW Science Graduate | Alumni Spotlights

Climate change: human cost rising