UNSW childhood cancer researchers have been awarded close to $4.5 million to fund new research set to significantly improve the outcomes for children with cancer.
A former electrician, who is aiming to become the first Indigenous specialist in obesity-related surgery, is among the eight Indigenous doctors who graduated from UNSW Medicine today.
We should resist pressure to prescribe ketamine to treat depression until clinical trials on the drug's long-term safety and effectiveness are completed, a leading UNSW mental health expert says.
Work parties, Christmas feasts and New Year’s Eve binges. Nutrition expert Rebecca Reynolds offers five tips to avoid a belly like Santa’s this festive season.
UNSW researchers and alumni are among the newly minted Knowledge Nation 100 – the “visionaries, intellects, founders and game changers” who will shape Australia’s prosperity.
The means of engineering potentially deadly avian influenza is freely available on the internet, writes Raina MacIntyre.
A new study has challenged the widespread, but mistaken, notion that unhappiness and stress cause ill health and death.
A virus is deliberately released inflicting serious illness and death. This is just one scenario to be examined this week during Australia’s first university-based bioterrorism course at UNSW.
Car accidents accounted for the majority of the serious injuries sustained by almost one billion people worldwide in 2013, according to new research released today.
A $14.7 million donation to the Black Dog Institute from the foundation established by the late entrepreneur Paul Ramsay will be used to save the lives of Australians at risk of suicide.