Wavelength blog student writer who likes to sleep, eat, science and repeat.Read more "AUTHOR PROFILE: MEENA SRITHARAN"
Plants. You might think they just stand, looking pretty, feeding the food your food eats, and are constantly in danger, unable to escape potential herbivory. Well think again! Plants are the danger, ready to defend themselves at (almost) any cost.Read more "“I am not in danger. I am the danger.”"
Get to know one of our wavelength blog student writers: “My name is Emily. I’m an honours student in the UNSW school of BEES…”Read more "Author Profile: Emily Webster"
Last night (Thursday August 18) was the official launch of UNSW Gallery’s Troubled Waters exhibition. There was a huge turnout including students from UNSW Art and Design and the UNSW Science, as well as academics and their friends, colleagues and families. If you haven’t heard about Troubled Waters, it’s the result of a long collaborative […]Read more "Event: Troubled Waters Exhibition Launch at UNSW Gallery"
We show you some of the sciency things that happened at UNSW Open Day. Check out our chemistry demonstration, flight simulator and our cool reptilian visitors.Read more "Wavelength video – Open Day 2015"
Adam Poole graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Pharmacology. Currently working as an in-house Clinical Research Associate for PRA Heath Science, Adam’s day to day involves looking after two clinical trials and the project management involved with these. Here’s what Adam had to say when UNSW Science interviewed him earlier […]Read more "Alumni Profile: Adam Poole, Clinical Research Associate"
In our new student profile series, UNSW Science had the chance to sit down (read: play Jenga) with Scott Gleason – a UNSW Materials Science and Engineering PhD candidate by day; Pole Dancer by night. What Nick from UNSW Science, a recent winner of the World Jenga Championship, didn’t account for is the fact that those with a […]Read more "Jengasation: Scott Gleason – Scientist by day, Pole Dancer by night"