Australian cancer researchers have developed a highly promising nanomedicine that could improve treatment for pancreatic cancer – the most deadly cancer in Australia.
Art inspired by wetlands and quantum computing, the latest research on fusion energy, and the effects of gut microbes on the body and brain are highlights of events to be held at UNSW during National Science Week.
No treaty can fix the problems with Australia's Constitution, which must be amended to remove clauses that permit racial discrimination.
UNSW climate change researcher Matthew England has been elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, one of the highest international honours in the earth sciences.
There is good reason to criticise Attorney-General George Brandis and his government for apppointment failures with the royal commission into juvenile detention, writes Rosalind Dixon
From the pool to the pitch, a crop of talented UNSW athletes are competing for medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympics.
The Nancy Hillier Memorial Lecture, organised by UNSW and the City of Botany Bay, will recall the feisty campaigner's fight for justice.
David Pitchford will bring his leadership and urban regeneration expertise to UNSW as a Professor of Practice in the Faculty of Built Environment.
Australia's gloomy economic outlook has not been helped by the big four banks' decision to hold back on interest rate cuts, writes Richard Holden.
Composer and Head of the School of Arts & Media Andrew Schultz has two works nominated in this year’s Art Music Awards.