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5 August 14

Members of the public have the opportunity to financially support younger scientists who want to carry out cutting-edge research, with the launch of a new crowdfunding platform – Thinkable.org – created by UNSW scientist Dr Ben McNeil.

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4 August 14

New research has found rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean has turbocharged Pacific Equatorial trade winds with resulting impacts around the globe.

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4 August 14

Decent trade unionists should embrace the opportunity that is now presented to showcase modern standards of governance and accountability that will guarantee another century of service, writes Robert McClelland.

Up to $50,000 in seed funding is available to a UNSW student-led startup. (Photo: Thinkstock)
4 August 14

A new partnership will unlock up to $50k in seed funding for UNSW-led technology startups.

PhD candidate Margaret Sarlej and Australian Research Council Fellow Dr Malcolm Ryan. (Photo credit: Britta Campion)
1 August 14

Researchers have devised a computer program with the artificial intelligence to write its own fables.

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31 July 14

Companies that install independent directors not only cause shareholder losses but also weaken every aspect of a firm's performance, writes Peter Swan.

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30 July 14

The world could be “on the cusp of a return to the Renaissance-style City State,” with two-thirds of our population living in a city by 2050, Business Council of Australia chief executive Jennifer Westacott has told a UNSW audience.

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30 July 14

I've become a milk crate acolyte, thanks to Sydney’s Lord Mayor Clover Moore, writes Prudence Gibson.

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30 July 14

Children in film retain a special power in describing, performing and critiquing migration, UNSW Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald will tell a UNSW audience tonight.

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30 July 14

Mid-Winter can be a season of elation and disappointment for Australian academics seeking ­research funding, writes Fleur Johns.

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