A student-designed DNA scaffolding nanostructure that provides new insights into self-assembling biological systems has taken out the grand prize at Harvard University’s annual biomolecular design competition.
Two Australian historians, including UNSW’s Scientia Professor John Gascoigne, will travel to Harvard next year to take up the prestigious Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Chair of Australian Studies.
In the West, approaches to urban development have been justified by their contribution to economic growth rather than to greater justice, according to a leading expert on urban planning.
UNSW Professor David Sinclair has used a compound in red wine to develop a revolutionary class of drugs with the potential to prevent age-related illnesses and extend lifespans.
UNSW PhD student Bronwyn Graham is heading to Harvard University to undertake postdoctoral research into anxiety disorders, after winning a high-profile American Australian Association fellowship.