research

stem cells

Australia needs to develop new and better mechanisms to translate stem cell reseach into effective therapies, write Martin Pera, Megan Munsie and Richard P Harvey.

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Rising star Dr Xiaojing Hao is developing next-generation photovoltaic technology to transform the global solar market. 

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UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs has been appointed to an Australian-first panel of experts to measure the value of university research.

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President and Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs has announced an unprecedented investment in staff as the first initiative of the University’s 2025 Strategy.

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We are making progress in understanding some of the most elusive and debilitating conditions of modern times – the mental illnesses that account for almost a quarter of the health-related disability worldwide, write Ian Jacobs and Michael Spence.

climate for change

Ahead of the Paris summit, we asked some of UNSW's best researchers for one memorable idea for why we should act on climate change now. 

target

“Why wasn’t my grant funded?” Given most research funding agencies have success rates of 20% or less, this is a question asked by the majority of applicants every year, writes Merlin Crossley.

innovation investment

It is an opportune time to join all the links in the innovation-research-development-translation chain, writes Les Field.

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UNSW has launched a 10-year strategy to position itself as Australia’s global university. The strategy is backed by a new Deloitte Access Economics report into UNSW's contribution to the economy. 

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Universities give back far more than they take so let's increase research funding, writes UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs.

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