An app for testing eye-hand coordination that requires users to trace colourful shapes with a stylus pen in a fun, games-like manner has been developed by UNSW optometrists.
There's often limited success for many common types of surgery and understanding the evidence is the key to deciding what's best for you, write Ian Harris and Paul Myles.
A UNSW lecturer and a final-year student have scooped the pool in the academic categories of the Women in Law Awards, the most significant annual prizes recognising the country's best female legal talent.
A career in the business world can be a natural extension to the application of an engineering skill set, writes Tom Perfrement.
More than 150 architecture students have contributed their visual and design expertise to Opera Australia’s latest production Eighth Wonder, which celebrates the construction of Sydney’s Opera House.
An analysis of the BRW Young Rich List for 2016 reveals UNSW produced more young rich listers in the top 25 than any other institution.
This year’s Melbourne Cup coincides with a far more significant event in the economic calendar – the outcome of Reserve Bank board meeting at 2.30pm.
A 700-page book on economics was never going to be a walk in the park, but it's worth the effort, writes Christopher Sheil.
Inflation has been stubbornly low in Australia, and the RBA remains concerned about a high Australian dollar, writes Richard Holden.
Despite the rhetoric, Hillary Clinton's economic plans are mostly centrist, largely sensible and hardly stuff of the radical left, writes Richard Holden.