UNSW Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences (BEES) research student, Lisa Steindler was highly commended in the recent Wavelength Communicate Science Competition for her photo of a native Australian Numbat. We were curious to find out more about the shy Numbat and Lisa took time out from her fieldwork in South Australia to answer some questions […]Read more "Lisa Steindler – bringing back Australia’s wildlife"
IN TUNE WITH SCIENCE Matthew Hyatt is a Communicate Science Competition instant prize winner! Wavelength was curious to find out what had inspired Matthew’s photo and slogan entries… What degree are you studying and why did you choose this degree? I chose to study a Bachelor of Environmental […]Read more "Matthew Hyatt is: IN TUNE WITH SCIENCE"
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A prize giving ceremony for exceptional UNSW Mathematics and Statistics students was held on 30th May. 16 prizes were conferred to students for their outstanding academic performance during 2013. Standout students were Wen Jia Liu and Edward McDonald, who have each swept a veritable bonanza of prizes over the past two years. Wen Jia Liu, […]Read more "Mathematics and Statistics Students Shine"
Meow- Ludo took BABS6741 Astrobiology, he had a great time, learnt heaps and found love. Why wouldn’t you want to do this course? Wavelength talked to Meow-Ludo who is currently completing his honours in genetics, about the Astrobiology course which he completed in 2013. Meow, tell us why you decided to take the BABS6741 Astrobiology […]Read more "RIDE THE MARS ROVER AND DISCOVER LOVE: BABS6741 ASTROBIOLOGY"
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"