Merlin Crossley

sickle cell anemia

A new study has advanced the use of a technique known as 'CRISPR' to treat a common inherited form of anaemia, writes Merlin Crossley.

Merlin Crossley

Solving deep scientific mysteries brings big rewards, writes Merlin Crossley.

lab

The latest figures show Australia does not fare well compared with other OECD countries on federal government funding for research and development, write Merlin Crossley and Les Field.

press club

Building a proper foundation for innovation and industry will deliver for us and for our children as we sail into the Asian Century, writes Merlin Crossley.

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UNSW is expanding data available to prospective students by publishing details of its first semester offers. With information on the range of ATARs of school leavers offered places in each degree, students can better understand the cohorts they seek to join. 

Merlin Crossley

New data published by UNSW on offers will help students find degrees that match their expectations, writes Merlin Crossley.

Graduation

The ATAR finishing-line photo captures only one angle for university admission, writes Professor Merlin Crossley.

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All UNSW's top news stories, from quantum computing dollars to a warm welcome for new Deans and dignitaries.

Lecture

My hope is that new technology – and more feedback – will ensure that lectures at universities will be good ones, and teaching will get even better, writes Merlin Crossley.

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An international research team has discovered an important new genetic target for the development of possible treatments for the common inherited blood diseases sickle cell anaemia and thalassaemia.

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