Author Shirley Hazzard taught readers to approach literature with an ear to poetry and reminded us of the endless and important labour of art, writes Brigitta Olubas.
In teaching us to approach literature with an ear to poetry, Shirley Hazzard reminds us of the endless and important labour of art, writes Brigitta Oubas.
From nanoscale robots exploring the body, to tiny particles that can deliver drugs directly to diseased cells, nanotechnology has the potential to radically change the way we practise medicine.
UNSW's Brigitta Olubas will host the first symposium to celebrate the work of Shirley Hazzard, one of Australia’s most significant expat authors. The NY event will feature distinguished writers from Australia, the US and UK.