In the first deal of its kind in the world university sector, UNSW has reached an agreement with Maoneng Australia and Origin Energy to have 100% of its energy supplied by photovoltaic solar energy.
UNSW Vice-Chancellor and President Ian Jacobs joins students to share their experiences of being the first in their families to attend university.
An innovative nation needs to maintain support for university laboratories, writes Ian Jacobs.
With the demand for higher education booming, particularly in China and India, are universities able to satisfy demand? And can Australia become a serious player in this expanding field?
A $20 million partnership between 14 leaders in health, education and medical research in NSW was launched in Sydney today by the NSW Minister for Health and Medical Research, Brad Hazzard.
To grasp the research opportunities linked to China's big innovation push our universities need to be equally innovative and forward-thinking, writes UNSW Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs.
From selling socially-conscious socks to visualising the inside of human blood vessels with video game technology, speakers at TEDxUNSW on Saturday 13 August have some incredible stories to share.
This second edition of UNSW magazine for 2015 – the Innovation Issue – gives me the opportunity to talk about how we are claiming this space for ourselves in Australia and the region.
A new approach to ovarian cancer detection developed by UNSW Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs could lead to widespread screening for the disease that kills about two in three sufferers in Australia.
Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs on his ambitious agenda for UNSW and how a three decade–long love affair with Sydney helped bring him back to Australia.