A landmark agreement, signed today, will see $200 million invested in intellectual property developed by academics at nine universities in Australia and New Zealand, including UNSW Sydney.
UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs says visits by hundreds of thousands of international and lifelong learners on short courses will transform campus life.
A next-generation power cable promising more efficient electricity grids has won a prestigious research commercialisation award.
From selling socially-conscious socks to visualising the inside of human blood vessels with video game technology, speakers at TEDxUNSW on Saturday 13 August have some incredible stories to share.
Welcome to the Winter issue of UNSW magazine.
Innovation partnerships with China will help translate research breakthroughs into commercially viable technologies, write Ian Jacobs and Laurie Pearcey.
NSW’s first full undergraduate medical degree in a regional centre will be offered in Port Macquarie next year, the University announced today.
UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs has been appointed to an Australian-first panel of experts to measure the value of university research.
One of the largest randomised trials ever conducted has concluded that ovarian cancer screening may reduce mortality by an estimated 20%.
If we really want to secure prosperity into the future we need take a long, hard look at why Australia has long been floundering at the bottom of the OECD league table for university–industry interaction, write Ian Jacobs and Kevin Cullen.