Harvard physicist Subir Sachdev will be awarded the Dirac Medal at UNSW this week and will deliver the 2015 Dirac Lecture on the topic of quantum entanglement and superconductivity.
Low participation by fathers in parenting programs must be turned around to prevent violence and anti-social behaviour among future generations of boys, leaders of a new UNSW program say.
Random bombing of Islamic State targets in Syria will not help ease the suffering of the Syrian people, writes Anthony Billingsley.
When we talk about the migration "crisis" in Europe we risk confusing cause and effect and we help justify special policy responses that are often outside the law, writes Jane McAdam.
If Tehran lies about its treatment of Baha’is, who can trust it on its nuclear agreement, writes Fariborz Moshirian.
More than 200 UNSW students will travel to the Indo-Pacific region next year under the federal government’s New Colombo Plan.
In a video interview, the famous American astrophysicist discusses time and asteroids, city life and selfies – and the latest discoveries about Tim Tams.
Formalising consultation with Indigenous people through a constitutionally mandated advisory group is an innovative and meaningful solution to the recognition deadlock, legal experts say.
UNSW Law has become the first law school in the country to adopt its own Reconciliation Action Plan.
Neil deGrasse Tyson talks to UNSW Science presenter Don Kountouris about losing our connection with the night sky, intelligent life on other planets and the potential for human extinction on Earth.