Levon Khachigian

UNSW's Lowy Cancer Research Centre, to be officially launched on Friday, has won three of the State's highest cancer research honours.

Australia's first integrated cancer research facility - the Lowy Cancer Research Centre - will be officially opened this Friday 28 May.

UNSW researchers will be vying for top honours in the 2009 Eureka Prizes, the "Oscars" of Australian science.

Levon inside

UNSW researchers have revealed new insights about Australia's number one killer - cardiovascular disease.

Eureka prize inside

Seven UNSW research achievements have been recognised in the list of finalists for the 2007 Eureka Prizes. This follows UNSW's record-breaking success in last year's awards.

Molecular structure inside

UNSW researchers have uncovered an important naturally occurring mechanism in the body where "bad" cells that cause blockages in our blood vessels are kept under strict growth control, while "good" cells that keep our blood vessels free of clots and growths are left unaffected.

Philip Hogg inside

UNSW has been awarded almost seven million dollars in funding for cancer research from the NSW government. UNSW was awarded more than any other institution in the state.