We are not only judged on our looks, deeds and works, but also by the company we keep, writes Rob Brooks.
UNSW has teamed up with award-winning photographer Tamara Dean in a unique collaboration that showcases our researchers working in the elements.
Every year, some 18,000 engineering jobs need to be filled, and only 6,000 come from Australian graduates – the rest come from overseas. It’s one of the many reasons UNSW has turned to young women.
After the catastrophic bushfires in Canberra, UNSW researchers made some fascinating discoveries, including what led to a rare fire tornado. The results of their work will be used by fire fighters to save lives in the future.
It is not anti-Jewish to be critical of the violence of Israel's military occupation, writes Peter Slezak.
There are deep fissures in our understanding of regulatory issues that are revealed by the Shkreli episode, writes Usman W. Chohan.
An internship with the Australia China Business Council has provided two UNSW students with valuable business skills leading to a job offer.
The automation of artistic creativity could be the next frontier in artificial intelligence, writes Oliver Bown.
In the PNG highlands, lives have been changed and clan wars averted through the introduction of an unlikely peacemaker – fish.
Supporting children’s needs is much more important than simply measuring when they walked or talked, write Chris Elliot and Con Papadopoulos.