French physicist and Nobel laureate Professor Serge Haroche will deliver the 2014 Dirac Lecture at UNSW on the beauty and serendipity of blue sky research.
In the early to mid-2000s, governments throughout Australia introduced reforms restricting rights to claim for negligence. Now they are slowly being unwound, writes Michael Legg.
Transcranial direct current stimulation delivered by an expert offers an effective and safe alternative treatment for depression, write Colleen Loo and Kerrie-Anne Ho.
Some of the best young PhD candidates from China and Australia are meeting at UNSW this week to tackle the global challenge of ageing populations.
Six of UNSW’s best and brightest students have secured prestigious New Colombo Plan Scholarships to study in the Indo-Pacific next year, with two selected as Fellows for their host countries.
The Federal Government is trying to put a positive spin on the fact that it wants to make it even harder for asylum seekers to find protection in accordance with international law, writes Jane McAdam.
The current crop of MBA students suggests there is no basis for the notion that women are risk-averse and therefore shouldn't be on bank boards, writes Renee Adams.
UNSW and ABC RN have launched Top 5 under 40, an exciting initiative to find Australia's early-career researchers with a flair and passion for communicating their work.
A crucial phase of the financial adviser-client relationship remains unregulated by both the Coalition’s and Labor's version of FOFA and continues to represent a risk for consumers, UNSW research shows.
Wearable consumer devices used to monitor health and fitness could become important sources of information for medical practitioners and insurance providers.