Old race categories like ‘pygmy’ or ‘Negrito’ are simply incapable of doing our evolutionary history justice, writes Darren Curnoe.
The first Aboriginal Australian elected to a United Nations body is leading
the push for public law solutions to the nation’s most serious and long-standing human rights issue.
America is spying on the Japanese PM and major corporations ahead of trade talks, and sharing the intelligence with Australia, writes Philip Dorling.
UNSW has become FutureLearn’s newest member in the Asia-Pacific and one of five new global partners of the leading social learning platform.
The assumption that the growing ranks of overweight and obese are not sufficiently motivated to lose weight may be wrong, with research suggesting low health literacy is the culprit, writes Mark Harris.
Astronomer and award-winning author Professor Ray Jayawardhana will give a public talk about the incredibly small and elusive particles of matter called neutrinos at UNSW on Tuesday evening.
The winners of the 2015 UNSW Rural Clinical School Photo Competition are:
1st Prize Nathan Mortimer: Star-trails
2nd Prize Sally Newton: Tourist resort
3rd Prize Francis Young: Perfect rainbow
Australian GPs are failing in their attempts to help overweight or obese patients lose weight because they are mistaking low health literacy with a lack of motivation, according to new research.
UNSW is proud to have awarded Adam Goodes an honorary degree in June. Today, in an open letter, we reaffirm our support and admiration for a fine Australian champion and role model.
The open letter signed by more than 12,000 prominent people calling for a ban on artificially intelligent killer robots is misguided and perhaps even reckless, writes Jai Galliott.