The new minister for science Arthur Sinodinos has some challenges ahead, but there is an opportunity to build on the foundations laid by his predcessors, writes Les Field.
Our bumper Summer issue looks at the future of Sydney, a city beautiful one day, infuriating the next. What will it take to make Sydney smarter and more liveable, and at the same time ensure its citizens' interests are truly valued?
A new study finds a framework for extending co-creation's scope, particularly in the field of co-pricing with 'pay what you want' initiatives.
UNSW and Tata Consultancy Services have announced an agreement to pursue research collaborations in areas such as machine learning, virtual reality, robotics, data analytics and cloud computing.
An analysis of the BRW Young Rich List for 2016 reveals UNSW produced more young rich listers in the top 25 than any other institution.
UNSW researchers have stood tall at the NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering, taking out awards in four of the nine categories.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sees arts and creative industries as important for Canada's economic growth, writes Usman W. Chohan.
Two UNSW research teams have been selected to join the CSIRO sci-tech pre-accelerator, ON Prime, to help drive their science and technology ideas from the lab to the marketplace.
If universities really want to drive innovation they must consider offering businesses access to much of what they discover and invent for free, write Brian Boyle and Kevin Cullen.
A program that will connect UNSW’s world-class researchers with young NSW innovators and businesses to develop their technologies for global markets has received $1 million in funding.