While survival rates for childhood cancers are increasing, researchers are concerned most survivors are not returning for necessary, long-term follow up care.
The China resource boom may be over, but Australia can still turn its competitive advantage into economic outcomes that will drive regional prosperity for decades to come, writes Geoffrey Garrett.
UNSW is hosting the annual conference of the Genetics Society of AustralAsia, with more than 250 scientists gathering to discuss the latest genetic research on a wide variety of animals.
India's Education Minister has visited UNSW and called for stronger research partnerships between Australia's and India's university sectors.
Donning graduation gowns,150 Indigenous high school students from around NSW have graduated from Nura Gili’s Winter School Program.
Upgrading our ageing air traffic management infrastructure by importing off-the-shelf solutions does nothing to build local capacity and could jeopardise the future safety of our skies, writes Hussein Abbass.
The stricken Kepler space observatory has been the most revolutionary facility astronomy has seen in more than two decades and it is vital it be restarted, writes Professor Chris Tinney.
Art derived from living materials such as microbes and slime mold are just some of the unusual works featured in an exhibition by UNSW’s Environmental Humanities program.
Bowing to the high demand for university places threatens our high education standards, writes Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer.
A team of soccer-playing robots programmed by UNSW engineering students has placed fourth in the 2013 RoboCup competition in the Netherlands.