AGSM @ UNSW has unveiled a new full scholarship valued at $80,000 to be awarded annually to a veteran or current serving member of the Australian Defence Force who wishes to complete a full-time MBA program.
Female popular musicians die younger – and from more unnatural causes like suicide, homicide and accidents – than women in the general population, write Dianna Theadora Kenny and Anthony Asher.
Social media can be an effective tool in mobilising people for social change, as demonstrated by the Bersih movement in Malaysia, writes Carmen Leong.
A simpler, cheaper infertility treatment that uses fewer drugs and potentially proviing an alternative to IVF is just over the horizon, writes Robert Gilchrist, William Ledger and Jeremy Thompson.
People in all manner of professions from real estate agents to stockbrokers and doctors are recognising the huge potential of unconventional data, writes Paul X. McCarthy.
A reimagined Greek agora, inspired by ancient mythology and 1960s French cinema, is one of dozens of student design projects and innovations at UNSW's Luminocity 2016 exhibition.
There's only one dress code for Friday, 26 August: and it's purple to support young people who identify as LGBTIQ.
Australia’s first comprehensive survey of student experiences of sexual assault and harassment has been launched at UNSW as part of Universities Australia’s national Respect. Now. Always. campaign.
Government should find the money to fund universities and research in line with the kind of country Australia should hope one day to become, writes Rob Brooks.
A novel research solution that promises to dramatically increase gas yields from coal seams and biogas plants will be trialled for industrial application for the first time in India.