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Innovation. Creating a Better Future.
We’re working with researchers and businesses to bring innovation to the community. Some of our pioneering research has resulted in the following successes and innovations.
UNSW Scientists are leading the world in creating the bionic eye and believe in making the bionic eye a reality in the not so distant future!
Professor Philip Hogg, Director of UNSW’s Lowy Cancer Research Centre, is developing innovative pharmaceuticals to radically improve cancer treatments.
Traditional Cook Islands medicines are playing a key role in a new skin care range developed by University of New South Wales researchers.
UNSW is renowned worldwide for its work in solar cell technology led by Professor Stuart Wenham and Professor Martin Green.
BT Imaging is a venture funded start-up company of UNSW and today is the world's leading supplier of luminescence-based quality control systems.
When the Fukushima nuclear reactor disaster occurred in Japan in 2011, an immediate concern centred around the level of radiation those in the vicinity had been exposed to.
Hundreds of thousands of used car tyres, plastic shopping bags and other common plastics are being turned into steel each year thanks to innovation by a UNSW scientist.
A “virtual reality’ safety training technology used to teach mine workers how to survive life-threatening workplace hazards was developed by Scientists at UNSW.
Kakadu Software™ is the world’s leading JPEG2000 developer’s toolkit and was developed by Professor David Taubman at UNSW.