UNSW’s expertise in digital technologies and the design of smarter and more liveable cities will be showcased as part of the Vivid Ideas program.
Both major parties support offshore processing and boat turnbacks. But public opinion is not so clear-cut. And nor are the policy choices, writes Claire Higgins.
There are potential long-term economic consequences if Australia fails to legalise same-sex marriage, writes Mark Humphery-Jenner.
Australian engineers have edged closer to the theoretical limits of sunlight-to-electricity conversion by photovoltaic cells with a device that sets a new world efficiency record.
A decision to postpone the introduction of a 32% tax on working holidaymakers has been welcomed by UNSW tax expert Dale Boccabella, who says it risked denting our international reputation.
While Labor and the Liberals express their disdain for the Greens, their tone will change if Australians vote for a hung parliament and the Greens hold the keys to the Lodge, writes George Williams.
UNSW has announced the appointment of Professor Nicholas Fisk as Deputy Vice-Chancellor to lead the University's research efforts.
UNSW researchers have for the first time shown that prolonged exposure to extreme volatility in financial markets may distort a trader’s perceptions, making them potentially blind to risk.
Australian universities are united in an unprecedented national campaign to tackle and prevent sexual harassment and assault on campuses, writes Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs.
We now know that separation anxiety can afflict anyone, with almost half the cases of lifetime separation anxiety first manifesting in adulthood, writes Vijaya Manicavasagar.