UNSW researchers have been recognised in the prestigious Young Tall Poppy Science Awards for work on mental health in young people and building engineered tissue that reduces heart failure.
UNSW Sydney moved from 133 to 102, signifying the largest annual rise in the Academic Ranking of World Universities in the history of UNSW and the biggest this year among Go8 universities.
Sentiment can skew logic when it comes to using our natural resources, writes Raja Junankar.
The succession of data access legislation in the Australian parliament is fast becoming a Mad Hatter's tea party. We need better oversight, and fast, writes Greg Austin.
UNSW Sydney Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Ian Jacobs' address at the National Press Club highlighted the economic contributions of Australia’s top research universities.
31 UNSW projects and fellowships funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council have received more than $25 million in the latest round of federal government funding.
Bryan Caplan’s new book The Case Against Education argues we should invest less in education, writes Merlin Crossley.
The new RBA monetary statement is just like the old one — but there are some things that are changing significantly, writes Richard Holden.
Newly appointed UNSW Sydney Professor of Chemical Engineering Dr Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh is exploring the untapped potential of liquid metals.
The development of silicon solar cell technologies at UNSW’s Solar Industrial Research Facility is creating a ‘Southern Hemisphere version of Silicon Valley’, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said.