Five young UNSW researchers will spend a year sharing their knowledge with school students, teachers and the broader community after winning NSW Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.

When thinking about its causes, it’s important to remember depression can be a normal mood state, a clinical disorder, and even a disease, writes Gordon Parker.

A Women on Mars event at Sydney Opera House will give female high school students the opportunity to meet NASA scientists as part of UNSW's participation in the Sydney Science Festival next week.

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ListE team members (L-R) Zoe Friedman, Ailis O’Carroll and Julia Lee.

Ailis O’Carroll wanted to ensure the gifts we give and receive are items we really want rather than duds that end up discarded in landfill. So she signed up for UNSW’s New Wave Female Entrepreneurship program.

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Doctors are trialling faecal transplants to treat a range of gut and other conditions, write Nadeem O. Kaakoush and Hazel Mitchell.

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The development of wood as strong as steel has spawned a new breed of timber towers to revolutionise the way we live in cities.

If her grandmother could expand her beliefs and see the need for marriage equality, Christy Newman asks, what's our politicians' excuse?

Researchers have discovered how the modified natural compound dextran-catechin disrupts formation of blood vessels that fuel growth in the childhood cancer neuroblastoma.

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UNSW has launched a new program to give student entrepreneurs the edge when it comes to creating a business that will be successful in the Chinese marketplace.

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Depending on who you are, you could face a longer wait for citizenship in Australia compared to Germany, Canada or the UK, writes Sangeetha Pillai.

The Turnbull government’s decision to put the Australian Bureau of Statistics in charge of a voluntary postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage has left many scratching their heads, writes Paul Kildea.