The second in the "Change the World" series of Research@UNSW
Internationally acclaimed artist and Scientia Professor Dennis Del Favero has been appointed an Executive Director at the Australian Research Council.
A UNSW cardiologist and a lung cancer researcher have been selected from a competitive field of Australian early career scientists to attend the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureates meeting in Germany.
The capricious nature of this government’s approach to arts funding promises rich pickings for some, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
Cultural change is needed in our major banks, from how CEOs define their organisation's purpose, to how employees are rewarded, writes Ross Buckley.
An ancient bat species has been discovered in New Zealand by UNSW palaeontologists, suggesting its descendants have been present in the country for at least 16 million years.
The proposed Badgerys Creek airport could be a major catalyst for regional economic growth, but do we have the planning systems to optimise the outcome, asks Rob Freestone.
Four Indigenous students are graduating from UNSW with PhDs, with three receiving their doctorates during ceremonies on the Kensington campus this month.
Australia is signatory to a number of international protocols that deal with people smuggling, so officials could fall foul of these if it's proven they paid smugglers to turn a boat back to Indonesia, writes Tamara Wood.
The sexual cannibalism of the redback spider will feature in a new film by Archibald-winning artist and UNSW alumna Del Kathryn Barton.