Targeting Israel by boycotting products and people with Israeli connections is not only misguided but counterproductive to trade, international relations and regional peace, writes Tim Harcourt.
Most species of gigantic animals that once roamed Australia had already disappeared by the time people arrived, a major review of the available evidence has concluded.
A new class of drug developed at UNSW has been successfully tested in humans for the first time, opening the way to breakthrough treatments for conditions such as skin cancer and eye disease.
Engineers from UNSW have developed an innovative method to dramatically improve the performance of low-grade silicon and reduce the cost of solar panels.
A global, online survey has been launched to see whether surfers are the unsung “guardians” of the beach, rescuing people who might otherwise have drowned.
Many people have questioned why laws designed to prevent child abuse could be applied to consenting activity between young people, such as sexting, writes Kath Albury.
In a global economy, combined study and work schemes like UNSW's prestigious Co-Op Program must go international, writes Professor Wai-Fong Chua.
UNSW's Professor Martin Green, a world leader and pioneer in solar photovoltaic technology, has been elected into the prestigious Fellowship of the Royal Society.
The take-home message from a study of intuition is that we need to exercise caution in relying on gut feelings, writes Ben Newell.
UNSW alumnus Damien Miller will become Australia’s first indigenous head of an overseas mission when he takes up his posting as Ambassador to Denmark this month.