If we really want to reduce beach drownings, more research needs to be done to determine the most effective ways to educate people about rip currents, writes Rob Brander.
Criminal law in many Asian countries continues to punish homosexuality. Australia should make its voice heard to support LGBTIQ people in the region closest to us, writes Michael Kirby.
Smokers, disadvantaged groups and people from non-English speaking backgrounds are among those less likely to access bowel cancer screening, research led by a UNSW PhD candidate has found.
The upcoming 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute that created the International Criminal Court is an appropriate time to review its efforts to achieve justice for victims, including reparations, writes Louise Chappell.
A reimagining of today’s computer chips by UNSW engineers shows how a quantum computer can be manufactured – using mostly standard silicon technology.
Here's a bumper crop of UNSW books for holiday reading.
UNSW Vice-Chancellor and President Ian Jacobs joins students to share their experiences of being the first in their families to attend university.
World-leading historian Alison Bashford has always been interested in how the past shapes our present.
The 1912 death of Scott of the Antarctic and four companions has long been blamed on poor planning by Scott, but documents discovered by UNSW researcher Crhis Turney reveal a different story.
Groups of scientists are now able to ‘walk’ through cancer cells, thanks to ground-breaking multi-user virtual reality.