Opinion & Analysis

As traditional industries decline, degrees like a Master of Fine Arts will be valued for fostering original and innovative ways of thinking, argues Ross Harley.

Someone should have foreseen that a significant immigration population was arriving and they should have been provided for.

Australia can learn lessons from America's decade-long experience of justice reinvestment when considering how to reduce the prison population, write Melanie Schwartz and Chris Cunneen.

Law, as a field, can be transformative. Innovation isn’t just about new balance sheets or new apps, it’s also about the collaborative way we see the world, writes Fleur Johns.

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Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You. Ep1

Quantum phenomena often seem mysterious to us, because we can't "see" them. But what if some animal species can? Join UNSW's Andrea Morello in this series which proves that quantum mechanics has more of an impact on your life than you think.

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Hy-Cycle - Australia's first fuel cell bike

UNSW researchers have built an Australian-first bicycle that can take riders up to 125 kilometres on a single battery charge and $2 of hydrogen.

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Young Entrepreneurs - Pollinate Energy

UNSW alumna Monique Alfris talks about Pollinate Energy, the company she co-founded with two other UNSW grads bringing clean solar lighting to millions of India’s poor. The lighting replaces kerosene - one of the biggest killers of women and children. More Young Entrepreneurs.

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Quantum series makes a splash

A YouTube series on quantum mechanics starring electrical engineer Andrea Morello has attracted almost 130,000 views in its first fortnight.

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Dust particles may be more harmful to asthmatics than M5 soot

Dust particles in the air may be more harmful to asthmatics than soot from one of Australia's main roadways, UNSW research shows.

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Is it too late to protect privacy? Pessimism reigns over big data and the law

Legal experts are “united in pessimism” about the collection and use of big data and its impact on privacy, according to a communications surveillance-themed edition of the UNSW Law Journal.

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Explore a world of opportunities: UNSW Postgraduate Week

Thinking of postgraduate study? Come along to UNSW’s annual Postgraduate Week from 15-18 September and explore the range of degrees on offer.

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PhD candidates to compete for three minutes of research glory

Affordable cars for the developing world, a finger-prick blood test for cancer and classroom diagnoses of ADHD are among the bright new ideas battling it out for the top three-minute thesis at UNSW on 18 September.