UNSW tsunami expert James Goff has co-edited the first textbook to be written on the fire, drought, flooding rains and other natural phenomena that plague the sunburnt country and its close neighbours.
A study claiming "only half your friends like you" made headlines last week. But the data support a humbler, and perhaps happier, story.
To grasp the research opportunities linked to China's big innovation push our universities need to be equally innovative and forward-thinking, writes UNSW Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs.
There is compelling evidence that nicotine e-cigarettes can be a safe and effective way to help smokers quit, writes Colin Mendelsohn.
When it comes to computer security, there’s no silver bullet. There’s no way to be certain that a system can never be hacked. Cybercrime affects everybody.
The first major study of golden staph bloodstream infection in Australian children has found higher death rates if the right antibiotic is not used to treat the infection.
UNSW Science explores the science behind the fruit tool you won’t find at Bunnings.
Virtual reality is allowing scientists to walk through a breast cancer cell to observe the delivery of nanoparticle drugs, potentially speeding up the drug-design process.
The largest randomised control trial to evaluate the effectiveness of ketamine as a new treatment for major depression has begun across Australia and New Zealand.
The official launch of the Torch Innovation Precinct at UNSW will represent a huge boost for Australian research.