Walking through the glossy halls of the ground floor of the UNSW Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (aka the C2CQT), we were instantly intimidated by the gravity of the research taking place there. Through clean glass windows and doors lined by pristine white walls, we could see large pieces of complex metal machinery […]Read more "Summer research students have an atomic blast"
Richard Kumar, currently in his fourth year of a Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science Degree, has been volunteering as a research assistant in UNSW’s Psychology Department for the duration of the year. He shows us that research opportunities at UNSW are available at undergraduate level and not just restricted to those involved in postgraduate studies. […]Read more "Student Q & A: Richard Kumar"
Meet Fiona! She loves crocheting, Neil Gaiman and just generally hanging out. She’s also a medical science student currently completing her honours year in the school of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences (BABS). Fiona is looking at toxins produced by microbes – like cyanobacteria – in the environment. She is investigating how they affect human brain […]Read more "Student Interview: Fiona D’Mello"
Science/Arts student Kataya Barrett asked Mathematics students Elisabeth Kava and Barton Lee about their studies, uni life and animals. Elisabeth Kava What are you studying at UNSW? I have been studying a bachelor of Advanced Science with a major in Mathematical Physics and am now completing Honours in Pure Mathematics. Where did you grow up? […]Read more "Student Q & A: Elisabeth Kava and Barton Lee"
Anthony Morris graduated from UNSW in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) and Honours in Pure Mathematics. Having received the university medal in Pure Mathematics, he now holds a highly coveted position as a software engineer with Google. Psychology student Samantha Tang asked Anthony a few questions about his time at UNSW and […]Read more "Alumni Interview: Anthony Morris"