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Removing some cloud seeds of doubt

Removing some cloud seeds of doubt

1 February 2009

A new analysis of precipitation records from the long-term cloud seeding operation in Tasmania that shows a promising increase in rainfall during periods of seeding.

CWI receives additional recognition from IAH

CWI receives additional recognition from IAH

27 January 2009

CWI researchers received further recognition from IAH following the recent International Congress at Toyama, Japan.

UNSW wins major role in new groundwater centre

UNSW wins major role in new groundwater centre

23 January 2009

UNSW will take a senior role in the new $60 million National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT), announced today by the Federal Government.

Celebrating 60 years of extraordinary achievement

Celebrating 60 years of extraordinary achievement

1 January 2009

In 2009, UNSW celebrates sixty years as one of Australia's foremost international research intensive universities and as the university of choice for over 190,000 graduates.

CWI at IAH International Congress

CWI at IAH International Congress

27 November 2008

The UNSW Connected Waters Initiative was well represented at the recent International Congress of the International Association of Hydrogeologists.

Saltwater solution to save crops

Saltwater solution to save crops

3 October 2008

Technology under development at UNSW could offer new hope to farmers in drought-affected and marginal areas by enabling crops to grow using salty groundwater.

World's largest wetlands study under way

World's largest wetlands study under way

2 October 2008

The largest ever survey of the health of Australia's vital wetlands has begun, with a team of environmental researchers from UNSW conducting a special aerial survey of waterbirds across the continent.

Australia needs an agricultural 'revolution'

Australia needs an agricultural 'revolution'

23 September 2008

A leading CSIRO scientist has called on Australia's agricultural scientists, educators and industries to rise to the emerging challenges facing global food security.

Breakthrough in water safety

Breakthrough in water safety

11 September 2008

As the nation's water resources run low, a new technology for detecting toxic heavy metals in water has opened the way for safer use of groundwater and recycling.

Clean water? Get the answer in minutes

Clean water? Get the answer in minutes

9 September 2008

New technology developed by Environmental Biotechnology CRC researchers provides water quality field-test results in minutes, better than current more time-consuming laboratory-based techniques.

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