The re-elected Turnbull government is determined to get moving on a same-sex marriage plebiscite. The greatest challenge is to gain Parliament's support to hold the vote, writes George Williams.
A collaboration between UNSW Law and litigation funder IMF Bentham aims to make class action cases fairer for all involved.
Science by stealth is one of the most powerful strategies for a visual science communicator, Kate Patterson confesses.
It’s time our journalism developed a global ethic to match its global reach, writes Christopher Kremmer.
During a disease outbreak, lots of people can become infected in a short time and develop immunity, making it hard for the pathogen to spread, write Nicholas Geard, Cameron Simmons, James McCaw, James Wood and Jodie McVernon.
We need new media ethics for a digital and global world, Professor Stephen J.A. Ward will tell a public lecture at UNSW on Tuesday.
As technology rapidly changes the way we interact with products and environments, UNSW's Oya Demirbilek will use her Utzon lecture to discuss the impact of good design on our health and happiness.
How will digital technology impact on future health care and universities? Two global leaders in their fields signal revolutionary changes are on the way.
UNSW-led scientists studying a cave in Western Australia have shown that stalagmites formed by mineral-rich water drips from the ceiling could help reveal past wildfires that burned above the cave.
UNSW research shows the HPV vaccine Gardasil may also benefit children with weakened immune systems who are at higher risk of HPV-related cancers.