This panel of international experts consider the potential benefits, the risks, and the unintended consequences of releasing self-driving, quick-spreading gene technologies into the wild.
UNSW Business School secures funding to strengthen relationships with countries of Southeast Asia.
Shops checkouts are predicted to disappear this decade. Customers will be able to take what they want and walk out, with payment done automatically.
Through High-Performance Architecture, Professor Mattheos Santamouris tackles problems affecting most of the population of the world.
Living with your parents is not all about saving money or free childcare, says Dr Edgar Liu from UNSW’s City Futures Research Centre.
Dr Joshua Zeunert's new project will forecast potential scenarios to inform decision-makers and help ensure our food supply security.
As UNSW turns 70, what will the world look like when we fast forward another 70 years? Explore the future our researchers have envisioned in this series of short talks for restless minds.
UNSW engineers are exploring how Internet of Things devices will change our lives for the better, but not before they are made much more secure.
The AI that we use today has profound implications for how we are terraforming ourselves, our culture and the earth itself.
With less than 1% of the 30 million forcibly displaced asylum seekers finding permanent settlement, overcoming the mental health toll of insecure visa status is an enormous challenge.
The problem in fast-growing Sydney isn't too many people, it's too many cars, says a UNSW urban design expert.