This new show at the Powerhouse Museum reflects the chaos of the digital world and the ubiquity of digital tracking.
A lack of certified interpreters and understanding of their needs during court proceedings is undermining access to justice and a fair trial for non-English speakers, according to UNSW research.
Collaborators cannot be reduced to single types. Their motivations are varied and can be hard to interpret.
The last time an Australian government made housing the homeless a priority was 15 years ago. The Albanese government’s promised plan is a second chance to get it right.
The project’s environmental credentials rely on highly speculative technologies, making Middle Arm a grand experiment with our climate.
A UNSW project championing cultural inclusion and genuine long-term engagement is making a positive difference for First Nations communities in NSW.
Jessica Zhan Mei Yu’s witty, ‘effervescent’ debut novel follows a Sylvia-Plath-loving young Malaysian-Australian writer’s journey to ‘the heart of empire’ in the UK.
Most people leaving prison face an uphill battle navigating services focused on individual failures and punitive responses.
As NSW works hard to attract new teachers, another answer is to keep them in the profession. Research by UNSW Sydney's Rebecca Collie into teacher wellbeing offers some solutions.
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.