Gail Kelly will present the 2013 Wallace Wurth Lecture on 28 August. The South African-born businesswoman will also help unveil a bust of Nelson Mandela, commissioned by UNSW.
Want to make ice cream with liquid nitrogen or see how a 3D printer works? Or visit the Museum of Human Disease? Come to UNSW Open Day on Saturday, September 7.
UNSW has joined some of the world’s best universities in partnering with Coursera, the largest provider of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
New research examines for the first time how and where $207 million in grants provided by 12 of Australia’s leading philanthropic foundations were distributed.
The risk with the current MOOCs debate is that it too narrowly defines the challenge universities are facing simply as the impact of mass delivery of cheap content, writes Professor Iain Martin.
Are opioids really the lifetime treatment of choice for someone who may live the rest of their lives experiencing chronic pain, sometimes worsening as they age, asks Louisa Degenhardt.
A UNSW-led research team has succeeded in producing early stage cloned embryos containing the DNA of the Australian gastric-brooding frog, which died out 30 years ago.
UNSW has been ranked as one of the world’s top 100 universities for academic prestige in the 2013 Times Higher Education global reputation index.
Eroding the autonomy of our universities not only threatens their capacity for innovation but in the longer term could threaten the basic principle of academic freedom, writes Professor Fred Hilmer.
One of Australia's most prominent business leaders and philanthropists, Mr David Gonski AC, has been reappointed as Chancellor of UNSW for a third term.