Hundreds of staff and students gathered in the Clancy Auditorium earlier today to view the live broadcast from Canberra of the historic apology to the Stolen Generations.
UNSW will pursue even closer ties with India, following a visit from India's science and technology minister.
Unlike amateurs, professional sax players can play notes in the very high altissimo sound register by tuning their vocal tract to assist the instrument, according to UNSW research published in the journal Science.
Australia's High Court came under the microscope at the 2008 Gilbert +Tobin Centre of Public Law's Constitutional Law Conference.
One of the world's leading researchers in dementia, Professor John Hodges, has taken up an appointment with UNSW and the Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute.
Political spin and the co-option of culture for political gain are not modern phenomena but have their origins in empires of the past, according to a UNSW researcher.
UNSW research has allayed some panic about suspected cancer-causing agents, such as deodorants, coffee and artificial sweeteners.
UNSW has been awarded the largest Australian grant in its history, receiving $17.7 million in funding to advance understanding of HIV and hepatitis C.
A team of UNSW law students will travel to the US to compete in an international law moot court competition.
UNSW announces its 2007 Alumni Awards for Achievement in recognition of outstanding leadership and contributions to the community.