UNSW scientists are raising concerns over the unpredictable nature of a contraceptive vaccine that aims to control populations of wild animals, such as rabbits and foxes.
A new way to test the safety of the air we breathe is proving faster, cheaper and more humane than exposing laboratory animals to airborne chemical hazards, say UNSW scientists.
The eminent British economist Professor Sir Tony Atkinson - a leading world authority on inequality and poverty - will give a public lecture at UNSW this week.
Larry Dwyer, Qantas Professor of Travel and Tourism Economics from the University of New South Wales, has been recognised for his outstanding contributions to tourism.
New research from UNSW sheds light on why some people have adverse reactions to certain doses of ADHD medication, while others have good results.
Floods across large parts of western Queensland will produce a bird bonanza lasting six to nine months, according to UNSW researcher Professor Richard Kingsford.
Two UNSW students have won a major engineering competition, triumphing over entrants from several of the world's leading universities, including Oxford.
The Diplomacy Training Program and Oxfam Australia's Indigenous Australia Program areholding a training course at UNSW to look at human rights advocacy.
Seven UNSW academics have been given awards in this year's Australia Day honours list.
The Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) has been ranked as the leading business school in Australia and among the top 50 business schools in the world in the Financial Times (UK) 2007 ranking of full time MBA programs.