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1 February 2013

Earlier this week, NASA announced the development of a mining robot called RASSOR: the Regolith Advanced Surface Systems Operations Robot.

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23 January 2013

The prospect of people settling away from Earth has been a topic for dreamers and visionaries for some time.

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15 April 2011

Proud parents and friends attended the Dean's Awards Presentation where 117 students were applauded for their outstanding academic achievement. Now in their ninth year, the awards recognise those ranked in the top 2 per cent of all undergraduate Engineering students at UNSW.

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13 January 2011

Australia could have an early warning system to predict flash floods and give a timely warning to people in the path of danger with a relatively small investment, writes Associate Professor Linlin Ge, of the School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, in an opinion piece published in... read more

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25 November 2010

The Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) was launched at the University of New South Wales on the 22nd November 2010. The centre aims to assist in the Federal Government's push to increase Australia's capabilities in the space industry.

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4 November 2010

Country Australia is benefitting from a boom in new technologies like satellite imagery, the President of the NSW Institution of Surveyors, Grahame Wallis, said today.

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19 March 2010

The world will soon have three times as many navigation satellites in orbit than it does today and that, says the UNSW School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems (SSIS), will put Australia in prime position to reap the benefits.

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6 January 2010

Australia may be facing yet another tough fire season, but spatial information is increasingly providing some of the most important answers to this devastating problem.

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