A new national internship program involving UNSW Sydney aims to make Australia a more attractive clinical research destination.
UNSW Sydney's first ever Festival of India, "India Illuminated," was a high-energy celebration to promote Australia’s partnership and friendship with India.
A UNSW-led geological analysis of the site where a 6000-year old human skull was discovered in Papua New Guinea in 1929 has revealed that the person most likely died in a catastrophic tsunami.
A new campaign targeting sexual assault on public transport is a positive development but is unlikely to generate substantive, longer-term change, writes Bianca Fileborn.
Darren Curnoe answers the question: Where did the first person come from?
Pharmacies play a larger role in the community than just dispensing medications, writes Helen Dickinson.
Research led by UNSW has found that the NSW Police policy known as STMP is causing serious harm to young people and undermines the objectives of the NSW youth justice system.
As a Federal Government productivity review calls for better teaching in schools, an expert panel will discuss the links between disadvantage and educational achievement at a free public event at UNSW on 30 October.
Sculptor Harrie Fasher, winner of the prestigious Helen Lempriere Scholarship, is one of six UNSW Art & Design graduates in this year's Sculpture by the Sea.
Usman W. Chohan examines whether the Australian Charter of Budget Honesty could benefit other countries, including Canada.