Is climate change to blame for the recent record temperatures? Maybe, but it’s not a simple case of cause and effect, writes Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.
The serendipitous discovery of a rust-proof ultra-light alloy in a UNSW laboratory could lead to improved fuel efficiency in transport vehicles and greatly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.
A UNSW-led team has devised a technique for detecting if methane from coal seam gas extraction sites is leaking into nearby groundwater, and has tested it for the first time in Queensland.
A revolutionary new UNSW spinal fusion device that is simple and cheap and avoids the need for invasive bone grafts will enter human trials next year.
As key UN climate talks begin in Paris, join scientists for a premiere screening of How to Save the World followed by a Q&A session at the Australian Museum.
There are plenty of reasons to see this impressive exhibition from Scotland – not least that it includes the kind of art not held in any Australian collection, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
The urban renewal boosted by new strata laws is likely to be concentrated in Sydney's eastern and inner suburbs with the western suburbs to miss out, a new City Futures report shows.
Students are more likely to drop-out of online courses – but not if the learning experience is well designed, writes Dror Ben-Naim.
New strata laws won't help housing affordability and may even leave some residents out in the cold, write Laurence Troy, Bill Randolph, Hazel Easthope and Laura Crommelin.
Try omitting the word 'strategic' from your vocabulary – you might find nothing really changes, writes Merlin Crossley.