Australia needs to develop new and better mechanisms to translate stem cell reseach into effective therapies, write Martin Pera, Megan Munsie and Richard P Harvey.
Brazil's changing fortunes won't stop Rio from shining at the Olympics, writes Tim Harcourt.
UNSW Law has risen two places to 13th in the 2016 QS rankings, joining Accounting and Finance as the University's top ranked subjects. In its best result to date, UNSW now has 21 subjects in the world’s top 50.
Thousands of Australians living near wind farms will soon know if 'wind turbine syndrome' actually exists or if their symptoms are the result of the ‘nocebo effect'.
Auto related crimes have increased 20 per cent in Melbourne over the last five years, but blaming the rise on video games ignores the real problem, writes Michael Kasumovic.
A sluggish building climate is leading construction companies to trim costs, pursue smaller projects and divest in larger non-performing ones, writes John Heath Roberts.
Both the US and Australia face a global economy that is in deep, deep trouble, writes Richard Holden.
Passionate about politics, two young entrepreneurs from UNSW have developed a public opinion polling platform in time for this year’s federal election.
Worsening inequality is a critical issue underlying the debate about Sydney’s nightlife, write Peta Wolifson and Chris Gibson.
Scientists need to ask the right questions to make the most of the Big Data revolution, writes Malte Ebach.