Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) can be found almost everywhere and in almost everyone and can take over 1000 years to break down.
A UNSW Women's Trail across the Kensington and Paddington campuses includes digital profiles of past UNSW staff and students from all faculties and Canberra.
UNSW expert Dr Matthew Priestley explains why greater respect and education is needed regarding the use of lithium-ion batteries at home and in the workplace.
UNSW expert Dr Beena Ahmed says the way we collect and analyse medical and health information in the future could improve life expectancy.
Three UNSW scientists are honoured for cutting-edge research into climate change and ocean systems, nanomaterials and food and health, and DNA sequencing and gene activity.
This new spin measuring device could help scientists - particularly in chemistry and biology - understand the structure and purpose of materials better.
There’s a close link between gut health and food allergies, UNSW food and health expert says.
Working and producing less to reduce humanity’s carbon footprint is part of a growing movement towards a ‘degrowth’ economy.
UNSW researchers unveil prototype device that can directly 3D print living cells onto internal organs and potentially be used as an all-in-one endoscopic surgical tool.
Are blackouts really looming by the middle of this decade? An AEMO report warns they might be – but there are plenty of projects on the drawing board that will help ease the squeeze on the grid.