The evolutionary forces shaping bacteria, the fate of engineered nanoparticles in groundwater, and the psychology behind obsessive thinking and anger are among the research projects led by UNSW’s newest Future Fellows.
In this video inteview with The Conversation, Michael Kirby, Visiting Professorial Fellow and patron of The Kirby Institute at UNSW, talks about how the law impacts HIV.
Despite significant achievements on the prevention front, a number of myths about HIV persist in the Australian community, writes Bridget Haire.
More political leadership is needed if the push for constitutional recognition is to emerge from its prolonged holding pattern, writes Paul Kildea.
Australia already has technically feasible scenarios to run the electricity industry on 100% renewable energy, without significantly affecting supply, writes Mark Diesendorf.
Joep Lange was a visionary leader and my friend. His legacy on HIV research will live on, but there remain huge hurdles. If Lange had any solutions they died with him over a field in eastern Ukraine, writes David Cooper.
The current "faint" campaign for constitutional reform must be made more concrete and coherent if meaningful Indigenous recognition is to be achieved, UNSW Professor Megan Davis has told the Senate.
Stigma and discrimination remain the most substantial barriers to conquering HIV, write Brendan Crabb and Michael Kirby.
The international tax architecture, as it relates to the activities of multinational corporations, is horribly out of date, writes Chris Evans.
The Business Council of Australia’s Chief Executive, Jennifer Westacott, will use the next Utzon lecture to argue for an urgent new “cities agenda” to equip Australia for massive social and technological change.