If we had a large-scale quantum computer, what would we do with it? We are only scratching the surface of what quantum computers can do.
Transparency and open data may be an important part of the solution to corporate tax avoidance, writes Paul X. McCarthy.
UNSW researchers have been awarded $11.4 million in the latest round of federal government funding for industry-linked research projects and a centre to transform Australia’s high-performance manufacturing sector.
Read expert analysis on the 2016 Federal Budget
In the face of unprecedented urban migration, architects have a critical role to play in making our cities more resilient, says international disaster risk-reduction expert David Sanderson.
A philanthropist novelist, a business leader, a mental health educator and an Australian cricketer were among a group of high achievers recognised at UNSW’s 2016 Alumni Awards.
Are the optimistic growth projections in the budget a work of fantasy, asks Richard Holden.
This is a budget riddled with shabby timing tricks masquerading as good economic policy, writes Richard Holden.
UNSW has launched a new campaign to prevent sexual assault and harassment, partnering with all Australian universities on a major national initiative.
The new Dean of Arts & Social Sciences, Professor Susan Dodds, is excited about the opportunity to turn ideas into something that has a direct impact on peoples’ lives.