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14 August 2013
For sea squirts the key to a long and happy life is to be fertilized not by a fast sperm, but by one that stands the test of time, research by Dr Angela Crean has revealed.
8 August 2013

Jumping spiders are unique in the spider world as they don’t build webs – they’re active visual predators who rarely use silk.

7 August 2013

An evening of science and humour with some of the world’s top online science communication celebrities - including Facebook phenomenon, Elise Andrew –  will be a highlight of National Science Week...

5 August 2013

Labels like those that identify 'dolphin-safe' tuna are a great starting point, but consumers should remember not all eco-labelled products are created equal, writes Dr James Smith.

2 August 2013
UNSW Science has finalists in five categories of the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes – prestigious national awards that celebrate excellence in fields including research and leadership.
31 July 2013

Slight changes in the timing of the annual loss of sea-ice in polar regions could have dire consequences for ecosystems, by allowing a lot more sunlight to reach the sea floor.

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25 July 2013

Congratulations to this year's successful E&ERC Start-Up Postgraduate Grant awardees. Competition was high this year and thank you to all the applicants.

19 July 2013

In putting the alleged Boston bomber on its cover, a US magazine draws a disturbing parallel between the young man and the sexually attractive "bad boys" of rock 'n' roll, writes Rob Brooks.

15 July 2013
Dr Robin Beck and Dr Angela Crean, of the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, have been selected as national finalists in the Fresh Science competition.
11 July 2013
Hopping does not help Australian marsupials save energy; instead the physical feat requires the aerobic capacity of a super-athlete, UNSW research presented at a scientific meeting shows.