UNSW Art & Design graduate Jason Phu has the rare honour of being selected as a dual finalist in the Archibald and Sulman prizes, two of Australia’s most prestigious art competitions.
Australia’s new ocean-going research vessel Investigator has discovered extinct volcanoes likely to be 50 million years old about 250 kilometres off the coast of Sydney during a UNSW-led expedition.
UNSW researchers discover extinct volcanoes about 250 km off the NSW coast.
The issue of Indigenous constitutional recognition needs purpose and urgency, or it will resettle into a pattern of drift and inaction, writes George Williams.
People aren’t productive at work when they’re ill and they risk infecting others, writes Michael Tam.
After nine and a half years in flight, the New Horizons spacecraft will sweep past the dwarf planet Pluto on Tuesday night, bringing its journey to a thrilling climax, write Jonathan P. Marshall and Jonti Horner.
The completion of the new Ainsworth Building marks the beginning of a new era for the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.
After testing 70 different drugs over 10 years, Australian cancer researchers have discovered a new drug that holds great promise for treating children with an aggressive form of leukaemia.
Cybersecurity is essential in a society that needs to safeguard information for secure banking, safe transportation, and protected power grids, writes Sven Rogge.
The experimental method has established itself firmly as a key tool in economists’ toolbox, writes Andreas Ortmann.