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3 February 14

Isha Deodhar is just about to start her first year of university, but she already has big plans to combine her love for maths, science and engineering to solve the big problems facing society.

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3 February 14

Conflict between men and woman pervades every sphere of human life, but decisions about reproduction cause the most angst, writes Professor Rob Brooks. CONFERENCE

3 February 14
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31 January 14

Author Tom Keneally has used his UNSW Gandhi Oration to challenge Australia’s policy on asylum seekers and to shine a light on a little-known period of history – the Bengal Famine. VIDEO

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31 January 14

A desire for hands-on experience sent student Jessica Gottlieb to Kathmandu to work on a humanitarian project repairing a hospice in a World Heritage-listed temple.

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30 January 14

The tissue normally discarded during routine hip replacements could be a rich new source of adult stem cells for use in regenerative medicine, UNSW-led research has found.

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29 January 14

Conflict and cooperation between the sexes will be discussed at an unprecedented gathering of economic experts and evolutionary biologists at UNSW next week.

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29 January 14

The promise of free trade zones and their apparent rapid national proliferation gives the Australian investment community every reason to be optimistic about China’s sustainable future, writes Laurie Pearcey. 

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29 January 14

A new book co-authored by UNSW's Gordon Parker sheds light on the often misunderstood issue of perinatal depression and matches personal stories with advice from leading researchers.

 

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29 January 14

Faculty of Built Environment academics have led a roll call of prominent UNSW staff and alumni recognised with Australia Day honours.

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