Twins Neeranjali and Swaranjali Jain have added another success to their names, jointly winning the Jamieson Award for graduate women.
UNSW war historian Peter Stanley joined Richard Glover on ABC local radio to commemorate the centenary of the start of World War I.
In the world of public policy, constant changes that are politically induced do not lead to good outcomes. Just look at the policy on Aboriginal Australians, writes Jenny Stewart.
Discoveries around how humans have evolved since the Stone Age provide troubling insights into where we may be headed as a species, writes Darren Curnoe.
Far too much of our energy comes from nutritionally worthless junk foods and drinks pushed by the food industry, write Rosemary Stanton and Christina Pollard.
Of all the currency arrangements cited in the debate over the future of Scotland’s currency, the ones conspicuously missing are those closest to home, writes David Blaazer.
BrightHearts is a creative relaxation training app designed to help people observe and regulate stress, writes George Poonkhin Khut.
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.
New research has found rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean has turbocharged Pacific Equatorial trade winds with resulting impacts around the globe.
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.