With much of the Earth covered by oceans, a different kind of heatwave is attracting attention, writes Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.
Solange Cunin is making space history thanks to her innovative start-up Quberider and hundreds of high schoolers who are designing experiments to be tested by NASA astronauts.
The climate action movement can learn from Ghandi and Martin Luther-King as they look for new ways to force governments to take stronger action on climate change, writes Mark Diesendorf.
There are four significant drivers of crime that must be addressed to reduce the victimisation and incarceration rates of Indigenous Australians, write Marcia Langton and Josephine Cashman.
UNSW’s Madeline Gleeson has written a confronting account of life for asylum seekers in the Nauru and Manus Island refugee processing centres.
Three UNSW aviation students have been honoured with the Sir Donald Anderson Award for outstanding academic achievement by female trainee pilots.
Transparency and open data may be an important part of the solution to corporate tax avoidance, writes Paul X. McCarthy.
The Kirby Institute at UNSW has welcomed the Therapeutic Goods Administration's approval of antiretroviral drug Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in Australia.
We are still learning the rules of the “secularly stagnant” global economy, and where we might be headed, writes Richard Holden.
The debate about online privacy versus the battle against crime was given new life this week with an attempt in Brazil to ban the popular messaging application WhatsApp, writes Jill Slay.