UNSW graduates perform at the highest levels in securing jobs and top starting salaries, with the University scoring eight five-star ratings in the 2012 Good Universities Guide.
When you're a tiny creature in a vast ocean it pays to hang out with the right crowd, a new study into the diverse world of marine microbes has found.
It is that time of year, when year 12 students are more sleep deprived than usual and the question "What are you doing after school?" is echoing across high schools.
Chris Fox's first-hand experience of the risks of water sports led him to design a self-inflating lifejacket, which has just won the UNSW industrial design graduate a coveted Dyson award.
The NSW Cancer Survivors Centre at UNSW aims to improve the health of the rapidly growing number of Australian cancer survivors, now estimated to be around one million.
Quitting cannabis use in your 20s significantly reduces the chance of progressing to other illicit drugs, new research from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre shows.
UNSW is supporting a joint study into the extension of light rail line to its main campus in Randwick, with transport a critical issue for the University's 50,000 students and staff.
New nanotechnology-based treatments, including nerve tissue engineering that draws on the limb-regrowing ability of the axolotl are being discussed at a conference in Sydney.
Everyone earning up to $80,000 a year will be a winner from the carbon package tax cuts, says Professor Peter Whiteford from the Social Policy Research Centre.
A record number of Indigenous high school students has graduated from the Nura Gili Winter School, the country's largest uni preparation program, supported by UBS.