Merlin Crossley

Eureka Prizes trophy

Six UNSW Sydney projects chosen as finalists for Australia’s leading science awards.

kate quinlan and merlin crossley in front of the lab

Asymptomatic sickle cell disease patients actually lack a tiny part of the genome, UNSW scientists have shown.

James McCluskie, Anna Gurevich and James Meade at the presentation

The AFR Most Employable University has been awarded to UNSW, with a record-breaking 42 students listed in the Top100 Future Leaders Competition.

Woman recording herself teaching a maths lesson from home

A new online resource to guide and inspire university teachers is helping to build an academic community that recognises good teaching practice.

Group photo of Sydney FC women's player Mary Stanic-Floody, Sydney FC Chairman Scott Barlow, UNSW DVCA Merlin Crossley, and Sydney FC player and UNSW student Calem Nieuwenhof

UNSW is extending its partnership with the Sky Blues for five years, becoming the football club’s longest partnership.

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Naming of Iridoteuthis merlini recognises UNSW DVC’s valued contribution to the Australian Museum.

Merlin Crossley

The UNSW Sydney Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic has been honoured with the Lemberg Medal for his excellence in biochemistry and molecular biology, and contributions to the scientific community.

top 100 future leaders announcement

A record 37 UNSW Sydney students were listed in the Top100 Future Leaders Competition.

Gene graphic with human figures

Using 'base editing', researchers have cured progeria in mice. This genetic syndrome causes premature ageing in humans – those with the disease usually don't live past the age of 13.

Jelena Rnjak-Kovacina, Ewa Goldys, Merlin Crossley

Pioneering researchers recognised for excellence in three award categories.

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