The first edition of a new scientific journal focusing on the revolutionary field of quantum information research, edited by Michelle Simmons, has been launched by Nature Publishing Group and UNSW.
Lending in a frothy property market has the potential to bring the economy unstuck, writes Richard Holden.
Why are we the only species to suffer through the teenage years? Find out about our two extra stages of the life cycle in this latest episode of How Did We Get Here with evolutionary biologist Darren Curnoe.
The unique response of the Horn of Africa to Yemeni refugees could offer lessons to other countries and regions dealing with similar influxes, writes Tamara Wood.
UNSW refugee advocate Anne Bunde-Birouste, emergency medicine mentor Gordian Fulde, and JD student Laura O'Reilly have been named as state finalists for Australian of the Year awards.
We need to ensure that environmental and social safeguards are in place before commercial deep seabed mining operations begin, writes Aline Jaeckel.
Many people who object to affordable housing developments have misconceptions about the prospective tenants, write Edgar Liu and Ryan Van den Nouwelant.
Pre-Columbian ceramics and hot pink shrink-wrapped monuments are part of an exhibition exploring the influence of travel on emerging artists.
A group of UNSW Law alumni has come up with a unique form of philanthropy, collectively donating $100,000 to fund college living expenses for an outstanding Indigenous law student.
NSW Premier Mike Baird has used part of his Bradfield Oration to praise UNSW Professor Michelle Simmons and her team’s pioneering work developing the world's first quantum computer.