Overweight people experience much more stigma in their daily lives than previously realised, with parents, friends and partners a common source of negative comments, research shows.
Some of Australia's leading health professionals will share their thinking on cancer, neurodegeneration and mental health at the Third Annual Scientific Symposium of the Health-Science Alliance.
Darkness can bring out the worst in us, and the nighttime announcement of a US grand jury decision could have exacerbated the ensuing social unrest, writes Lisa Williams.
Medical graduate Brent O’Carrigan will use a $60,000-a-year Sir John Monash Scholarship to research the DNA of breast cancer at Cambridge University.
Hip hop artist, jazz drummer and UNSW's first Indigenous music graduate Rhyan Clapham is using his rap music to combat racism and strengthen ties in Aboriginal communities.
Australia should take note of the Spanish government's fiscal discipline and economic reforms, writes Wolfgang Kasper.
An intricately hand-embroidered installation exploring lost love is one of 380 works on display at Annual 14 – a showcase of works by UNSW Art & Design graduating students.
Three UNSW researchers have been awarded prestigious Australian Academy of Science medals for their outstanding research in mathematics and quantum physics.
Ignoring global political action on climate change places Australia at risk of being unprepared, economically and financially, for changes already taking place, writes Stephen Bygrave.
As he prepares to step down from the top job, UNSW Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer leaves behind a university transformed. In Uniken's cover story, he talks candidly about his eight-and-a-half years as VC and the changes he has led.