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hiv micrograph

Despite disruptions to testing and risk behaviour during COVID-19, the latest data from UNSW Sydney’s Kirby Institute shows Australia is tracking well towards the elimination of HIV transmission.

two firefighters stand before a wall of flame

Cold fronts can make bushfires worse, a startling consideration for authorities pondering the upcoming bushfire season. 

Photo of Emma Palmer, Skie Safaraz and Iva Strnadova in a doctor's office with a film camera.

Receiving genetic health care can be a challenging, isolating experience for many people with intellectual disability. Meet the UNSW researchers who are trying to change that.

Terry Ord on coastal rocks in Guam

Terry Ord has been recognised by the Animal Behavior Society for his seminal contribution to the field.

Rear view of unrecognizable parent of elder brother holding hand of child against tent in migrant camp

A survey of more than 1000 refugees has shown only permanent protection visas are linked to mental health and social benefits.

John Church

Emeritus Professor John Church has been awarded the 2023 Prince Albert I Medal for his outstanding contribution to sea level research and insights into climate change.

A phial of ketamine

Promising results in a trial of ketamine for severe depression could lead to treatment becoming more affordable.

School child wearing hat

A new report identifies the need for flexible policy approaches to meet the needs of rural and regional schools.

Woman in face mask and headscarf looking out the window

New research from UNSW Sydney reveals the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for women of refugee backgrounds living in Australia.

Uncle Moogy meets students at UNSW

UNSW students and staff star in ‘The First Inventors’ TV series, building a boomerang-powered flying vehicle that was proposed more than 100 years ago by the famous Ngarrindjeri inventor.

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