There is a need to move away from the perception that university entry is the only path to success in life, writes Merlin Crossley.
From European beginnings, Spotify looks set to take the crown of the number one music streaming service in the US, writes Paul X. McCarthy.
A team of five robots and 10 engineers from UNSW will represent Australia at the US$5 million Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Competition, battling 24 teams from 11 countries.
How would you improve the lives of people in crowded cities if you had $1 million? Students will have the chance to answer to this question at the Hult Prize competition, hosted for the first time at UNSW.
Working on real-life projects for high profile organisations such as The Salvation Army, White Ribbon and Accor, UNSW student teams have won three of nine projects at Univative 2015.
A UNSW student team has won gold in a global innovation and entrepreneurship competition with an innovative app that helps users book events and organise their social life.
Contrasting the recent history of the dairy and milk-processing industries in Australia and New Zealand is illuminating, writes Jenny Stewart.
Two UNSW student teams are doing battle in the grand final of an agricultural robotics competition in Sydney this week.
There are ways for the government to throw the struggling airline a lifeline without stifling competition, writes Richard Holden.
A presentation exploring why males are not more promiscuous won the University of New South Wales' (UNSW) Three Minute Thesis competition.