Different NAPLAN questions for low and high achievers is beneficial for assessing how students at each end of the spectrum are going, write Jihyun Lee and Lazar Stankov.
Actively enagaging diasporas and tapping into their latent Asia literacy is central to breaking Australia's vicious cycle of monolingualism, write Kirrilee Hughes and Kent Anderson.
From mum-and-dad investors beating the pros, to praise for creative theft and why e-books haven't taken off, read the latest research and analysis from UNSW's Business School.
The predicted demise of print as we know it appears premature, especially when it comes to the joys of a good old-fashioned book.
A scientist responsible for the design and construction of the Australian Synchrotron particle accelerator is among UNSW's staff and alumni recognised in this year’s Queen's Birthday honours.
Thirty-year weather records from 79 locations across Australia reveal peak downpours during storms are intensifying at warmer temperatures, leading to greater flash flood risks.
Sensibly, everyone seems to be planning for an ageing Australia. However, no one is mentioning the elephant in the room: the increasing number of people in the workforce suffering from dementia, writes Nicola Gates.
Dangerous flooding in a future warmer climate may be greater than forecast because of changes to the distribution of rainfall within storms, writes Ashish Sharma and Conrad Wasko.
Mid-market firms can gain from transplanting external ideas – and the inspiration often comes from the most unlikely sources.
Tax hikes or pension cuts? UNSW researchers weigh up different approaches to funding the needs of Australia's ageing population.