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3 December 14

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.

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3 December 14

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.

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2 December 14

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.

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2 December 14

Wearable consumer devices used to monitor health and fitness could become important sources of information for medical practitioners and insurance providers.

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2 December 14

The Commonwealth Bank has committed $5 million to help UNSW researchers in their world-leading push to build a silicon-based quantum computer.

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1 December 14

UNSW's world record-smashing Sunswift turns to crowd-funding to realise its dream – Australia's first road legal solar car.

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1 December 14

Indigenous Australians' astronomical knowledge is revealing an intellectual complexity in indigenous traditions that has gone largely unrecognised, writes Duane Hamacher.

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1 December 14

Future historians may well come to see 2014 as a bellwether year in international affairs, marking an epochal shift to a new, more turbulent world order, writes Alan Dupont.

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1 December 14

Sydney schoolgirls, with the help of UNSW scientists, have identified a solution to the annual problem of Christmas trees turning brown and dying before festivities end.

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1 December 14

Party 'rats' have no mandate from voters and should give up their seats rather than turn independent, writes George Williams.

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