Six UNSW Sydney projects chosen as finalists for Australia’s leading science awards.
Research estimates that in Australia a blood donation from a person who could potentially transmit Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease would occur once every 65 years.
A change in climate may have triggered the decline and collapse of the Mayan city of Mayapán in the 15th century.
If our immunity from COVID vaccines is waning, then wearing a mask to prevent infection is even more valuable. But not many people seem to be thinking that way when they’re out and about.
Studies have found that sports can provide a safe environment to teach young people positive values through organized activities that lead to better resilience.
Traffic and unintentional injuries are the leading cause of adolescent deaths worldwide.
Monkeypox has spread to more than 50 countries and will continue to be monitored. Here’s what we know about monkeypox so far and what researchers want to find out.
New research estimates proportion of the adult population in Australia with evidence of past infection following the Omicron wave.
Professor Mary-Louise McLaws and Dr Kerry Chant, recognised for their contribution to public health during the COVID-19 pandemic, are among members of the UNSW community to be honoured.
The Prize has expanded into four new nomination categories, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, Lived experience, Professional and Community hero.