As the Socceroos brace for their first test in the so-called Pool of Death, a group of teenagers is preparing to jet off for Brazil in what may well be Australia’s best World Cup hope.
UNSW Medicine has strengthened its commitment to rural medical education by opening its fifth rural clinical school campus
The ICAC’s job is to investigate allegations of corruption, as it is defined broadly in the Act. The ICAC is an investigator, not a prosecutor, writes Nicholas Cowdrey.
UNSW has won four of 20 prestigious awards given to the country’s top health and medical researchers. The haul includes a particularly strong performance by female researchers.
A critical care researcher, an award-winning architect, a pancreatic cancer specialist and a financial markets and fraud expert are among UNSW academics and alumni recognised in this year’s Queen's Birthday honours.
A drug traditionally used as an anaesthetic and sometimes used recreationally could be effective in preventing suicide in severely depressed patients, says a UNSW academic who has trialled the drug.
Educators can now learn to design and teach their own online and blended courses with the launch of UNSW’s newest Massive Open Online Course.
An interactive app that monitors children’s heart rates is helping take the fear out of hospital visits.
As Tony Abbott arrives in the US for his first face-to-face meeting with Barack Obama, his failure to learn from the past on climate change could cause yet another diplomatic bungle, warns Christian Downie.
UNSW Master of Architecture graduate Felix Saw has won the prestigious NSW Design Medal for an innovative project redesigning a Vietnamese community building in Cabramatta.