Tech-loving snowboarders and skiers will get a head start with the world’s first intelligent snow sports helmet, created by three UNSW graduates.
From ward rounds to sellout crowds, UNSW medical student Sophie Payten strikes the perfect chord.
Imagine how easy life would be if you could produce offspring without a mate, write Angela Crean, Nathan Burke and Russell Bonduriansky.
Adolescents with substance abuse problems could benefit from a new treatment approach developed by a UNSW researcher awarded a prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
Australians must be vigilant to ensure they are not inadvertently supporting terrorist organisations when they make donations to charity, writes Stephen Dametto.
When it comes to the treatment of children fleeing persecution and torture, we are stuck in time, writes Madeline Gleeson.
Take care lovers, wherever you are, as Valentine’s Day can be a day of broken hearts and broken wallets, writes Lisa Williams.
The High Court’s approach to decision-making has reflected high levels of agreement between its members, with an increase in unanimous decisions in 2014, an annual study of the court’s decisions has found.
A simple online tool developed with UNSW support will help bank staff combat the growing problem of financial abuse of people with dementia.
Six UNSW students have been selected as City of Sydney ambassadors and will help promote the city as one of the world’s top destinations for international students.