In this show, 12 performers blur the boundary between dance and exhibition as they roam – naked – through Sydney’s Carriageworks, writes Prudence Gibson.
Scientists Stefan Rahmstorf and Matt England explain why time is running out to act on global warming.
Australia's tax system can help create an economic shift towards a sustainable innovation pipeline, writes Alex Evans.
If it hadn't been for Einstein's genius, it may have taken the discovery of the ‘twin quasar’ in 1979 before physicists linked mass/energy with the curvature of space, write Darren Dougan and John K. Webb.
A group of young budding entrepreneurs was asked how they would improve the wellbeing of poor and marginalised communities. Their answers were surprising.
The latest books by UNSW academics.
A shark detecting "security guard in the sea" and a portable dialysis machine are just two potentially life-saving devices designed by UNSW Industrial Design graduates.
Final-year Bachelor of Design student James Lim’s One Degree harks back to the heyday of neon lighting.
The arts community has been assured that funding will now be distributed in an arms-length, non-political process, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
Australia’s greatest living architect Glenn Murcutt and UNSW graduate Matt Chan discuss their appreciation of timeless design, experimentation, and why more architects should teach.