The aim of Science 50:50 is to encourage high school girls to look beyond the lab coats and to see the possibilities for careers in science.
The events, conferences and symposiums organised and chaired by the SMaRT Centre in collaboration with industry, university
and sponsorship partners...
Representatives of industry, government and science have helped officially launch the $8.8 million Australian Research Council Green Manufacturing Hub, led by UNSW Scientia Professor Veena Sahajwalla.
The 2015 ISS brought together industry and research leaders from across the world to focus on the opportunities associated with increasing resource productivity and innovation in the circular economy.
The WRF is the global science-based platform for sharing knowledge about the economic, political, social and environmental implications of global resource use. In 2015 the inaugural World Resources Forum (WRF) Asia Pacific was co-hosted by the...
The MAAS Engineering Excellence Award exhibition showcases Australian engineering successes that are among the best in the world – including the SMaRT Centre's Green Materials that took out this year's Engineering Australia President's Award for...
The 2011 Sustainability Symposium held at UNSW and hosted by the SMaRT Centre focuses on sustainable materials, processes & technologies, and future pathways for reducing greenhouse gas impacts of materials globally.
Hosted by the SMaRT Centre at UNSW, the third symposium on sustainable iron making involved local and international speakers from science research and industry.