A sophisticated homage to the humble Australian pool is the inaugural exhibition in the new Australian Pavilion at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale.
Nathan Power looks set to be a part of the Australian Men’s Water Polo team for the Rio Olympics, but he says being selected is just the beginning.
Smaller super funds are just as efficient as some of the very largest, bucking industry belief that biggest is best, writes Rob Nicholls.
One hundred UNSW Built Environment students have been invited to design backdrops to a landmark Opera Australia production that charts the construction of the Opera House.
Already popular in Australia, litigation funding is gaining traction in the US, but with a problematic twist, writes Michael Legg.
UNSW and Sydney Airport have announced a suite of nine new prizes for top performing students in aviation and business, cementing relationships between the two leading Sydney institutions.
Flying foxes can cause conflict – just ask the people of Batemans Bay, NSW. But plans to disperse them won't necessarily work without understanding these highly mobile animals' behaviour, write Justin Welbergen and Peggy Eby.
Worse-than-expected business investment in both manufacturing and mining provides another nod towards secular stagnation, writes Richard Holden.
Until now, India's smog problem has curbed extreme temperatures. But that could be about to change, write Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick, Andrew King and Geert Jan van Oldenborgh.
The idea that everyone should have and enjoy sex, and continue doing so through old age, is recent, writes Juliet Richters.