Director of UNSW’s Creative Robotics Lab Mari Velonaki has been voted one of the world’s top 25 women to watch in the field of robotics.
Gough Whitlam was a transformative and revolutionary leader in economics and his understanding of the arts epitomised his great vision for Australia, Richard Holden and Johanna Mendelssohn tell The Conversation.
Shooting is underway of the Australia India Film Fund’s first feature, produced and directed by a UNSW alumnus and starring cricketer Brett Lee as a UNSW English teacher.
Two of the world’s leading anti-ageing experts will use the 2014 UNSW Medicine Dean's Lecture to present technology and breakthroughs that will enable us to live longer, healthier lives.
The National Water Commission is to be wrapped up due to federal budget cuts. Yet when it comes to water management and reform, it's clear there is unfinished business, writes Stuart Khan.
Contrasting the recent history of the dairy and milk-processing industries in Australia and New Zealand is illuminating, writes Jenny Stewart.
Mike Baird has announced changes to the state's political finance laws,but they may be overturned by a constitutional challenge lodged by former Newcastle lord mayor Jeff McCloy, writes George Williams.
There is an old truism about prisons: if you build them, you will fill them. But there are better ways to invest in a better, safer society, write Sarah Hopkins and Gino Vumbaca.
UNSW research into childhood cancers, HIV prevention, and sexually transmissible diseases in remote Aboriginal communities has received major backing in the latest round of federal government health funding.
A revolutionary rock sampling technology that achieved commercial success and a solar collector that can be used to heat or cool buildings are among the big winners in the 2014 UNSW Innovation Awards.