For UNSW Science first year student Sophie Fawns, 2022 has been anything but typical. Netball's rising star opens up on a remarkable and emotionally charged year
The Watch Walk algorithm could help reduce falls and fall-related injuries in elderly people, study shows.
At times when COVID numbers are increasing, allowing infectious people to mingle freely at work and socially will create epidemic growth and make the crisis even worse.
The University appears in 52 out of 54 research disciplines, making it equal first worldwide for the highest number of subjects ranked.
With safe spaces such as schools and work closed for Christmas, it's more important than ever to check in on family and friends.
UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Jacobs, says the approval is an exciting milestone in a collaboration that has been decades in the making.
Fewer than half of people with alcohol use disorder who received professional help perceived their treatment as helpful.
Hospital data reveals an increased use of children’s mental health services after Sydney’s first lockdown in 2020.
Around two in every 100 people have sex characteristics between the male-female binary definitions. Training for doctors and other health workers needs to reflect this.
UNSW Sydney celebrates 10 finalists in the ‘Oscars of science’.