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UNSW scientists have discovered the purpose of a famous 3700-year old Babylonian clay tablet, revealing it is the world’s oldest and most accurate trigonometric table, possibly used by ancient...

  Dr Daniel Mansfield's article, "Curious kids: Why do we count to 10?" has been published in The Conversation. "Counting is perhaps one of the oldest scientific operations still in use today. From...

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Scientia Professor Trevor McDougall has led a comprehensive Australian Academy of Science review into Australia's Climate Science Capability. The release of the report prompted a wave of blanket...

On Wednesday, 70 School members gathered in the Scientia’s Tyree Room for a lunch to celebrate Peter Brown’s retirement. Head of School Bruce Henry delivered a moving speech praising Peter’s...

Associate Professor Jake Olivier was interviewed for ABC's "The World Today" program, in a feature about Australian bike sharing schemes. Road safety expert A/Prof Olivier told the program that he...

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