The UNSW Science Talented Students Program recognises and nurtures the special talents of high performing students, helping them to develop specific skills during their degree.Read more "Talented Students Program"
What interests a bioinformatician who considers himself to be an ‘evolutionary biologist at heart’? Dr Rich Edwards discusses his current research project that includes getting close and personal with virus hijackers. Every living cell is packed full of tiny molecular machines. Many of these machines are made from proteins: assembled chains of amino acid building […]Read more "On the hunt for molecular mimicry in viral pathogens"
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Isabelle Jalbert, an Optometry and Vision Science lecturer at UNSW, walks us through her personal journey from student to researcher to lecturer. It often feels like my research interests pull me in opposite directions but lately it feels like perhaps everything is coming together. I started my life as a PhD student and then young researcher […]Read more "When Everything Comes Together"
Dr Michael Kasumovic discusses how playing video games and studying the behaviours of crickets and spiders helps to explain why we look for certain traits in a mate… Maths and physics do an incredible job of helping us to understand the natural world. From planetary motion, to climate change, and even how proteins fold, maths […]Read more "Sex, video games, and why evolution has the answer"
Stanley has six photo entries in the Communicate Science Competition. Wavelength was curious to find out what inspired him: Stanley, What inspired your photos? I wanted to show how cool science is. What degree are you studying? I am currently in my final semester of an Electrical Engineering and Mathematics undergraduate double degree. You are […]Read more "Stanley He – Science is Cool"