"Sydney Harbour is my lab" says UNSW marine ecologist Professor Emma Johnston, who is featured in '15 women changing our world'. Professor Johnston will appear on ABC'c Q&A program on Monday.
When was the Australian continent first settled, asks Darren Curnoe.
Written by renowned British playwright, Caryl Churchill, Love & Information is a play that vividly captures ordinary moments in ways that provoke reflection on ourselves, our loves and obsessions, and the times in which we live.
There is a lot for senators to pore over in the float and failure of Dick Smith, writes Jeffrey Knapp.
The 26-year-old lecturer in International Relations and Development talks about starting university at 13 and why age shouldn’t dictate capability.
Victoria Hunt is using dance to tell the story of finding her Maori family and the cultural treasures stolen from them.
Putting our daily routines under a microscope has enabled social policy researcher Lyn Craig to unravel many of the mysteries of modern life.
Human rights professor Louise Chappell is shining a spotlight on the unwritten rules and institutional legacies that silence women.
He shared in a Nobel prize for physics and pioneered construction of the world’s largest radio telescope. Now Brian Boyle is blazing a trail for UNSW research.
Australia’s largest predator, the dingo, is resistant to one of the main threats to its survival as a species – changes to skull shape brought about by hybridisation, research shows.