Robots from 26 Australasian universities descended on UNSW for the 2015 National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition. The teams have had six months to come up with their designs - which one will win?
UNSW scientists have developed nanoscale ceramic cubes that can store data and be printed in a transparent solution onto a range of surfaces, providing memory for next-generation printable electronics.
Are low wages and high debt pushing society to a tipping point? Could migrants solve our family care 'problems'? Does climate change denial represent a failure of social science? Read the latest research from UNSW's biennial Australian Social Policy Conference.
The notion that revealing how much big companies pay in tax might expose their CEOs to kidnapping is just one of the more colourful arguments in a litany of bogus excuses for non-disclosure, writes Jeffrey Knapp.
UNSW and China’s prestigious Shanghai Jiao Tong University have increased the size of a joint investment fund designed to mobilise industry investment in research and tap into China’s rapidly rising demand for advanced technology.
A tool that allows healthcare workers to self-assess their leadership competencies is just one of the elements of the world’s first Massive Open Online Course in health leadership starting soon at UNSW.