UNSW has again topped the list of Australian universities with the most millionaire graduates, the latest global analysis shows.
A flagship theatre company can transform a city's view of its place in the world, which is why the role of Artistic Director is so important, writes John Severn.
More than 180 solar energy researchers have written an open letter in defence of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, which has funded world-leading research.
A tragic accident meant Ngoc Tram Nguyen could not realise her dream of studying Law at UNSW but a scholarship established in her memory has made that dream a reality for others.
Sensor technologies to help tackle big challenges in agriculture, health, the environment and industry have received a major boost with the NSW Government investing $700,000 in a new Smart Sensing Network.
UNSW scientists have discovered how human immune receptors become activated in the presence of harmful substances, paving the way for new technologies to fight against deadly diseases.
Australia risks significant harm if adequate systems are not in place to monitor our drug markets and to respond rapidly when specific dangers are detected, write Stephen Bright and Monica Barratt.
It's no surprise that China represents a cyber threat to Australia. The real issue is what are we doing about it, writes Greg Austin.
It can be hard to eat a balanced diet when you are suffering from nausea and vomiting. You may only feel like oranges, hot chips, lemonade, ice blocks and pizza, writes Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds.
UNSW student Denny Dien and Engineering Scientia Experience Manager Selena Griffith will travel to Toronto next month for the Enactus World Cup, a meeting of 3,500 social entrepreneurs and innovators.