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Madeline Heiner 3000m steeplechase
1 July 14

UNSW Masters student Madeline Heiner is limbering up for the 3000m steeplechase at the Commonwealth Games in Scotland.

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1 July 14

Best known for producing football stars, Sydney's Matraville Sports High School is challenging stereotypes with the help of UNSW's centre for gifted education.

 

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1 July 14

The commonwealth has suffered three major High Court defeats that have set limits to its spending power. It's time it gets the message and recognises the rules of the game have changed, writes George Williams.

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30 June 14

Innovative research on health technologies has won UNSW’s Professor Johanna Westbrook the title of ICT Professional of the Year at the NSW iAwards. 

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30 June 14

UNSW research is showing that the shock waves from violent crime have an economic impact far beyond the people directly involved.

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30 June 14

The PB/5 pedestrian button is unlikely to be on many people’s top ten lists as a “design classic”, but it does possess a number of remarkable design attributes, writes Miles Park.

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27 June 14

A UNSW-led team of researchers has discovered a potentially habitable Earth-like planet that is only 16 light years away.

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27 June 14

UNSW has outperformed every other university in the country to receive $10.5 million for 30 industry-based research projects in the federal government’s latest funding round.

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27 June 14

Retrograde provisions in a bill introduced this week by the Immigration Minister will have major consequences for asylum seekers entitled to Australia's protection, write Jane McAdam and Kerry Murphy.

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27 June 14

An online game is lifting students’ performance in economics and proving that playing is one of the best ways to learn. 

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