Major app developers make enormous sums from basic and derivative games, so why shouldn’t independent game makers like the creator of Flappy Bird do the same, asks Thomas Apperley.
A UNSW conference will critically analyse the rapid expansion of biomedical technologies and their strengths and limitations in the treatment of HIV and blood borne viruses.
UNSW and the University of Sydney have partnered to offer cross-institutional enrolments in Indonesian, Modern Greek and Italian.
UNSW and the University of Sydney are collaborating to secure the future of several important foreign language programs, write Arts and Social Sciences Deans James Donald and Duncan Ivison.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman helped steer American cinema back to an emotional integrity it had lost, writes Julian Murphet.
Research shows Australia has much to learn from China’s high quality and sustainable foster care system.
A new study that aims to identify rates of undiagnosed HIV in Australia’s gay community will offer free testing across six states and territories, including at Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Console games are no longer banned in China, opening up a huge market for manufacturers. But can they succeed in a culture where consumers are used to getting their software and games for free, asks Thomas Apperley.
The City of Sydney's Working Harbour collection is a brilliant portal to our maritime past and connects us to a very old history, writes Grace Karskens.
Jean Cocteau’s 1930 monodrama, La Voix Humaine, is melodramatic enough – but the play is toughened theatrically because the audience hears only one half of the conversation, writes Julian Murphet.