View this email in your browser
Students create zero-waste ethical coffee startup
Student start-up to provide ethical coffee from Uganda to Australian businesses in innovative social enterprise.
Dean's Column
UNSW Engineering is a powerhouse of innovation in Australia and the region with our research delivering benefits to our society and students. 
Choosing the future we want
Artificial Intelligence expert Toby Walsh’s new book urges us to take stock and choose wisely as we embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Without sight yet full of vision
Being blinded in a terrible attack has not prevented UNSW alumni Henry Pan OAM dedicating his life to helping others.
Student outreach project benefits chemical engineering program in Myanmar
New Colombo Plan funds a project to develop water and wastewater teaching materials in Yangon Technological University.
Gulu University students discover new technologies on tour with UNSW
Students from Gulu University were quick to see the value of lessons learnt during the latest exchange with UNSW Sydney.
New dawn for UNSW solar as sun shines on next generation
UNSW Engineering continues to set the pace of the world’s solar energy development as three rising stars are acknowledged for their achievements in research.
Climate change problem solved with waste products 
A serendipitous conversation across research disciplines has led to a breakthrough in coastal protection for Australia and rest of the world.
Heart of gold: biomedical engineer wins grant for cardiac research
Drawing on her knowledge of silk-based biomaterials, Dr Jelena Rnjak-Kovacina will be using a Heart Foundation Future Leader fellowship to improve technology that could one day repair the hearts of cardiac patients.
Preventing another Grenfell Tower
New $4.3M research centre in fire safety is helping create a product that will mitigate the flammable building cladding problem.
Reliable energy in the outback
UNSW Engineers are solving the problem of intermittent energy supply in outback and rural Australia.
The internet past and present: Vint Cerf in conversation with UNSW's Toby Walsh
The 'father' of the internet identified threats to equal access for everyone during a conversation before a keen audience at UNSW.
Vocal analysis technology to be used in first comprehensive study of Lifeline services
Associate Professor Julien Epps will lend his expertise in vocal analysis using machine learning to a five-year study of Lifeline’s services.
Generous donation amplifies impact of WIE camp 
Anonymous $200,000 donation supports UNSW’s award-winning and internationally-recognised Women in Engineering Camp.
Copyright © 2018 UNSW Sydney, All rights reserved.


This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
UNSW Sydney · High Street · Kensington, NSW 2052 · Australia