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6 March 15

Cutting vital research infrastructure funding because the higher education reforms are stuck in the senate will cost the country dearly, writes Les Field.

Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs, Asian Women at Work's Lina Cabaero and Emma Golledge from the Kingsford Legal Centre
6 March 15

On the eve of International Women's Day, UNSW's Kingsford Legal Centre has launched materials to support vulnerable female workers in the community.

Associate Professor Melissa Green
6 March 15

Childhood trauma is understood to be a significant risk factor for developing a psychotic or mood disorder later in life. But how does this trauma change our brain’s stress response systems and contribute to mental ill-health?

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6 March 15

The Intergenerational Report looks at fiscal projections but ignores retirement outcomes, wasting a good opportunity to discuss how to future-proof the system, writes Rafal Chomik.

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5 March 15

Art & Design graduate and acclaimed contemporary artist Shaun Gladwell has returned to Australia for a major exhibition of his work at UNSW Galleries.

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5 March 15

UNSW experts are available to comment on the federal government's latest Intergenerational Report, published on Thursday.

Professor Minoti Apte OAM
4 March 15

UNSW pancreatic cancer researcher Professor Minoti Apte has been named the 2015 NSW Woman of the Year for her contributions to medical research, tertiary education and the Indian community.

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4 March 15

Working with Aboriginal elders to learn about Indigenous astronomy will lead to new nsights about natural events and meteorite impacts in Australia, writes Duane Hamacher.

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4 March 15

Evaluations of research ethics do not benefit from a tick-box approach, writes Gigi Foster.

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4 March 15

The High Court is being asked to interpret the meaning of “corrupt conduct" in the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act, a decision that could affect the Commission's investigative scope, writes Gabrielle Appleby.

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