The Independents were kingmakers at the beginning of this parliamentary term, and they might play the same role at its end, writes George Williams.
UNSW Dean of Science, Merlin Crossley, has called for a National Teaching Post-doctoral Fellowship Scheme to encourage PhD graduates to become science and maths teachers in schools.
The over-prescription of antipsychotic medication to people with dementia in care will be targeted in a new million-dollar project led by UNSW researchers.
A diminutive feminine humanoid that interacts with onlookers is challenging our perceptions of technology.
The Renewable Energy Target does a good job supporting wind power, but other agencies are needed to get a diversity of renewables, writes Jenny Riesz.
No two ways about it, neoliberalism has colonised our hearts. It's entered our social world and planted its flag in our most intimate terrain, writes Alecia Simmonds.
Three UNSW academics including the Dean of Science have been chosen to discuss the state of maths and science education at a public symposium in Canberra.
As the world’s sixth-largest economy and with the spotlight on it from 2014 to 2016, Brazil is now just too big for Australia to ignore, writes Tim Harcourt.
The DHL Export Barometer can give us a good indication of the long-term issues affecting the business community, and any global risks or opportunities on the horizon, writes Tim Harcourt.
The next frontier in medicine is taking place on the molecular scale and improving our fight against several currently incurable diseases, including chemo-resistant cancers.