UNSW has attracted major philanthropic support from two of Sydney’s most respected names in art and design to boost architecture education and improve the lives of displaced people.
The Cricket World Cup is growing as an economic money spinner, with associated benefits to tourism and marketing as well as 'sports diplomacy', writes Tim Harcourt.
The Science 50:50 initiative has a simple premise – since half of the population is female, why not also half the scientists and technologists?
A record number of UNSW staff, students and alumni are appearing in this year’s Sydney Writers' Festival, tackling the theme “How to Live?”
UNSW research has found waiting months for a stiff shoulder to settle down before surgery may not be necessary, offering thousands of Australians with painful rotator cuff injuries hope of a speedier recovery.
Passionate about paleo or obsessed with organic? It might be time to reassess how you think about food, writes Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds.
It gives me great pleasure to introduce this first issue of UNSW’s flagship publication for 2015 – and my first issue as President and Vice-Chancellor.
UNSW academics don’t just do outstanding research, they also excel at passing on their knowledge to students.
Aboriginal oral traditions are giving scientists rich information about meteorite strikes and millennia-old natural disasters.
A new UNSW science video series on evolution that explores some of the big questions and myths about what it means to be human has been launched.