Global challenges. Robust platforms.
Real and tangible impact.
The UNSW Futures initiative presents a bold new framework for addressing humanity’s major challenges through innovative inter-disciplinary and cross-faculty research. UNSW will invest up to $200M in new and emerging areas which build on and link our existing strengths.
forge UNSW’s reputation as a rising globally-significant research powerhouse
a beacon for international & national recruitment
a drawcard for philanthropic, industry & government support
UNSW Business School Professor to co-chair T20 task force →
Scientia Professor John Piggott has been selected to help G20 nations decide how they will cope with ageing populations
Opinion: Time to consider hydrogen, the new clean energy carrier on the block →
Scientia Professor Rose Amal says the case for hydrogen as a fuel has been well made but there has been little investment to bring it to scale
UNSW Next Generation Batteries Researcher wins Rennie Memorial Medal →
Dr Neeraj Sharma has won the Rennie Memorial Medal which recognises his remarkable achievements in less than eight years of professional work
Opinion: Renters Beware: How the pension and super could leave you behind →
Rafal Chomik say if you rent, you are highly likely to live in poverty in retirement
UNSW-China partnership moves into manufacture of graphene cables →
Large-scale manufacturing of next-generation graphene power cables, which promise to cut electricity costs and improve grid transmission, will be rolled out under the second phase of a major collaboration between UNSW Sydney and Hangzhou Cables
Top UNSW biomedical researcher wins Eisenhower Fellowship →
Leading pancreatic cancer expert and health policy advocate Associate Professor Phoebe Phillips has received a 2019 Eisenhower Fellowship