Earlier this year, Queensland scientists launched a $14 million scramjet in Norway that didn't reach the conditions required to collect data as planned. But was it a failure? Absolutely not, argues Russell Boyce.
The poor PISA results for Australian students in science and maths need to be urgently addressed, writes Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Iain Martin.
The first Indigenous medical student to graduate from UNSW on a Balnaves Foundation Scholarship says the unique program played a key role in his success.
The more we learn about Australia's spying in East Timor and the Attorney-General's role in approving ASIO search warrants, the stronger the case becomes for a full parliamentary inquiry, writes Christopher Michaelsen.
It is not sufficient for boards to merely rely on the existence of company insider-trading policies as a defensive mechanism, write Tim L'Estrange and Michael Legg.
The trend to a longer life and an older population means Australia faces a major demographic change. We need to implement coping policies now, writes John Piggott.
UNSW is saddened to hear of the death of Nelson Mandela, a leader who “touched lives around the world and inspired nations”. Andrea Durbach reflects
Throughout his life, artist Martin Sharp orchestrated a magic theatre of people, objects and art, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
Arts/Law student Sarah Greenbaum will use her Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Award to study in Hong Kong, focusing on how international firms are engaging with China.
The fate of asylum seekers shouldn't be left in the hands of any one minister whose decisions can't be reviewed –that's why we need complementary protection legislation, writes Jane McAdam.