Professor Michelle Haber has won the NSW Cancer Institute's top honour for her ground-breaking translational research, which has led to increased survival rates for children with cancer.
Technologies to transform carbon dioxide into sustainable fuels and end-of-life e-waste into high value materials have won Professors Rose Amal and Veena Sahajwalla Australian Laureate Fellowships.
While a strong El Niño is now less likely, a significant event is still possible as long as the eastern Pacific remains warm through August, writes Agus Santoso
The practice of locking up children indefinitely, identifying them by number, exposing them to violence and depriving them of education stands in stark contrast to widely held Australian values, writes Karen Zwi.
World champion soccer robots, a record-breaking solar car and a 3D printer will be among attractions at UNSW's Open Day, Saturday 6 September.
Philosopher and author of 'Romulus, My Father' Raimond Gaita will deliver UNSW Law’s Justice Talks public lecture on 4 September.
UNSW will present wild and untamed design ideas that aim to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems as part of Sydney Design Week.
The prototype of the next generation of bus stop, featuring large interactive computer displays, sensors and sleek wooden panelling, is on display at Sydney’s Customs House.
At the launch of a new book, “Reimagining India”, an expert panel moderated by Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer has identified opportunities for Australian business, education and research in an economically resurgent India.
Improving human performance in matching unfamiliar faces in passport control will help ensure the security and safety of Australians, writes David White.