OPINION: Workplace stress is manageable, if we understand it properly, writes Carlo Caponecchia in The Conversation.
At this time of year a number of consumption ''cues'' collide, creating the perfect storm for indulgence and guilt, writes Dr Lenny Vartanian in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Masters student Gemma Borgo-Caratti helped young people find their voice at the UN Climate Change Conference in South Africa.
Widespread flooding across the Lake Eyre and Murray-Darling Basins has produced an explosion of waterbird breeding, one of Australia’s longest-running wildlife surveys has found.
A major new scientific review, involving more than 30 experts from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, sets out our current knowledge of the impacts of climate change on biodiversity.
Associate Professor Kimberlie Dean has been appointed the inaugural Chair of Forensic Mental Health at UNSW.
Patients who suffer stroke-like attacks can have mortality rates 20 per cent higher than the general population, new research finds, leading to calls for better stroke prevention strategies.
In a first for Australia, UNSW will offer most of its intellectual property to companies for free, in a radical step to turn more university research into real-world applications.
Eleanor Bath, a UNSW science student with a fascination for evolutionary biology, has won the 2012 NSW Rhodes Scholarship.
Tim Harcourt, former Chief Economist at Austrade and author of the best-selling book, The Airport Economist,has been appointed the first J.W. Nevile Fellow in Economics at UNSW.