A major new fossil site has been discovered by UNSW scientists beyond the boundaries of the famous Riversleigh World Heritage area in north-western Queensland.
UNSW has once again achieved a QS Five Star Plus rating for excellence, one of only eight universities in the world to receive the honour.
Solar engineers at UNSW will play a vital role supporting the southern hemisphere’s largest photovoltaic power station, expected to power 50,000 Australian homes by 2015.
Sydney jazz musicians are using the sound and images of the human heart as part of their musical performance for National Science Week.
Changes to fundamentals in the US economy are important and positive, not in the least the shale gas revolutuon that is making America a re-emergent manufacturing power, says Geoffrey Garrett.
UNSW researchers are finalists in nine categories of the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, including an innovative project demonstrating the importance of dingoes to sustaining Australian biodiversity. VIDEO
Labels like those that identify 'dolphin-safe' tuna are a great starting point, but consumers should remember not all eco-labelled products are created equal, writes James Smith.
Young people across NSW are being asked to speak up about sex, partying, alcohol and drugs for a Centre for Social Research in Health survey.
While Kevin Rudd isn't infallible or a sure winner at the coming election, it will take more than the ICAC recommendations to knock him off his game, writes Marke Rolfe.
Former Federal Court judge Margaret Stone will discuss the tensions between procedural and substantial justice in the third Justice Talks lecture for 2013