Dr Emma Kirby from the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW talks about her work in the field of end-of-life care, and how UNSW's Scientia Program has benefitted her career.
Dr Katja Ignatieva from the UNSW Business School speaks about her research into energy pricing, and the benefits of the UNSW Scientia Program.
Dr Arne Laucht, from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology at UNSW discusses how the UNSW Scientia Program has aided his work in quantum computing.
Dr Negin Nazarian is an urban climatologist at UNSW’s Faculty of Built Environment.
She is working on a wearable that can measure the wearer’s physiological response, such as heart rate and skin temperature, to their immediate environment.
She says in the future, a Coolbit user could create a personalised heat safe route for a run, based on the previous information received by the wearable.
Dr Elvira Solji, Scientia Alumnus from UNSW Business School speaks about her research into the role of gender in innovation and the benefits of the UNSW Scientia Program.
Kalinda Griffiths from the Centre for Big Data Research in Health speaks about measuring health disparities in Australia: using data to drive solutions
Dr Simon Rosenbaum from UNSW's School of Psychiatry discusses his research into physical fitness and mental illness, and the benefits of the UNSW Scientia Program.
Research conducted by UNSW and Black Dog Institute has found a direct link between physical exercise and improvement in symptoms of depression, anxiety and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Rebecca's recent research is in educational psychology, which includes motivation, engagement, achievement, and wellbeing among students and teachers.
Fabri is passionate about improving equity in education for Aboriginal people.
Elise Payzan-LeNestour studies how individuals apprehend financial risks, by investigating both actual behavior and its neural bases
Mariana Mayer Pinto discusses her passion for the ocean.
Laurie Menviel, who works with the Climate Change Research Centre, performed numerical model simulations of climate conditions that highlighted the tight coupling between the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and sea-ice cover in the Norwegian Sea.
Elvira Sojli discusses Facebook's venture into new digital currency and Bitcoin
Sophie Primig discusses her work on designing the inner structure of aerospace materials.
Elise Payzan-LeNestour explains that humans are deeply ingrained with the smarts to understand risk, yet we nonetheless take mindless risks all the time. If we are determined to take so many risks, what does this mean for the way we save and spend?
Crash Theory is a documentary that investigates the entanglements of disintegrating ecologies, tumbling drones, and human interventions. This 45-minute video Adam Fish provides a first-person account of drones monitoring erupting volcanoes, palm oil plantations, and coral reefs in Indonesia; marauding elephants in Sri Lanka; starving orcas in the United States; rhinos in the United Kingdom; and internet infrastructure in Iceland. It asks: What is the relationship between life, loss, and survival technologies?
Bram Hoex, Scientia Alumnus, is interviewed at the E-MRS 2019 conference about his work in solar cell research.
Hazel Easthope discusses her research on optimal high-rise living.
Kate Quinlan presents a video abstract for her team's paper: "Hit and Run Transcriptional Repressors Are Difficult to Catch in the Act"
Simon Rosenbaum discusses the importance of exercise for the mental wellbeing of emergency service and defence personnel
The role of an exercise physiologist in improving physical and mental health