UNSW Humanitarian Engineering Lead Dr Andrew Dansie and students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering's 'Humanitarian Engineering Project' course are working with Uganda’s Gulu University and Africa STEM Education Initiative...
The most common end use of biosolids in Australia is application to agricultural land, providing a range of benefits including carbon sequestration, increasing water holding capacity, and providing nitrogen, phosphorus...
Huge congratulations to Dr Bojan Tamburic from UNSW Civil & Environmental Engineering’s Water Research Centre for his significant achievement in securing an ARC Mid-Career Industry Fellowship to a value of...
Our Centre Deputy Director Associate Professor Fiona Johnson
to bring extreme waves, damage to once placid areas. Prof Ian Turner and Dr Mitchell Harley.
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