The largest study ever undertaken in Australia to investigate the production and consumption of recycled water will be led by the Journalism and Media Research Centre.
OPINION: Fiji's crackdown on sex workers only serves to jeopardise essential HIV prevention programs, write Karen McMillan and Associate Professor Heather Worth.
Fiji sex workers are being subjected to human rights abuses, including torture, at the hands of the military, a new report has found.
It's been a long journey, but 17-year-old Sudanese refugee Teresa Yuol is kicking off her university career as UNSW's first Football united scholar.
A study to find out where, when and how cyclists ride and the incidents they experience will provide evidence for future government transport policy and planning, UNSW researchers say.
Work to combat violence against women and a grassroots soccer program championing racial harmony for refugee youth have won UNSW researchers two major human rights awards.
The HammondCare Chair of Positive Ageing is to be appointed at UNSW to oversee a pioneering scheme to create a "one-stop shop" for aged care.
Good living, a happy outlook and avoiding obesity are more important than genes in prolonging life, according to the first study of Australian centenarians compiled by UNSW researchers.
Fiji's attitude to sex work could be exposing the Pacific nation to a rapid spread of HIV/AIDS, with devastating consequences, a new AusAID-funded study has found.
More than a hundred teenage refugee footballers will converge on an eastern Sydney soccer field tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 December) to learn who will be part of Australia's other team heading to the 2010 World Cup.