What is this dark and dire new trend Dr Emma Jane calls "e-bile"? Why has online harassment taken such a misogynistic and twisted turn? And what are we to do about this cyber-bullying?
UNSW conservationists are painting eyes on the rumps of cattle in Botswana as part of a study in "psychological trickery" to prevent lion attacks and the lethal retaliation that results.
The reclassification of anxiety treatment Xanax as a drug of addiction has resulted in a reduction in its misuse, a UNSW-led study has found.
UNSW has appointed distinguished former Indian diplomat, author and educator Amit Dasgupta as its inaugural India Country Director.
Brexit could see the UK film industry lose funding, a huge distribution network, and possibly the European talent pool. For an example of the havoc this could cause, look no further than the former Soviet Union, writes Klara Bruveris.
All new enterprises experience barriers to entry into the construction sector. However, recent research has shown that Indigenous businesses face more barriers than most, writes Martin Loosemore.
The world has global authorities for trade and security, but not for threats to the environment. It's time the natural world got its own seat at the UN, write Anthony Burke and Stefanie Fishel.
After five years of consultation, UNSW Law has overhauled the entry criteria for its undergraduate students.
A team of 16 students has represented UNSW at the 21st Indigenous Uni Games, an annual event combining sport and culture.
Are some female leaders pulling up the ladder after they climb it?