As sabre-rattling intensifies over Taiwan and the controversy over the Chinese embassy's list of 14 grievances is yet to subside, the war of words between Canberra and Beijing is increasingly presented by some here as a war of values between democ
Hypersonic technology could soon make a 90-minute trip from Paris to New York possible, but UNSW Canberra researchers have suggested that safety considerations must be further developed before hypersonic flight is commercialised.
Potential issues with drones and unmanned aerial vehicles, skill degradation during the pandemic, and other high-level issues facing our military were discussed by UNSW Canberra students at a recent event showcasing future capability.
Longer queues on election day, more expensive elections and a more stressful voting experience for vulnerable groups are some of the outcomes we could expect if the federal government’s proposed voter identification laws are intr
This morning, UNSW Canberra welcomed the Minister for Defence Industry and Minister for Science and Technology, the Honourable Melissa Price MP, to the second annual Launch on Northbourne Showcase event.