UNSW’s Arts & Social Sciences Dean, Susan Dodds, gave a Festival of Dangerous Ideas audience food for thought on how to better support the most vulnerable people in our society.
Pat Anderson has been honoured for her advocacy of social justice and lasting change for Australia’s First Peoples.
Short-term letting via digital platforms benefits some in the market at the expense of others. Closer regulation might be needed in Melbourne and Sydney, where a permissive approach prevails.
UNSW Sydney researchers are leading the genetic analysis of data from a landmark aspirin trial, creating a powerful resource for biomedical research.
Philanthropist Sir Owen Glenn has donated $3 million for research to be led by UNSW academics at the Microbiome Research Centre, based at St George Hospital.
Andrew and Renata Kaldor, former refugees who have used their career success to influence refugee law and policy, have been recognised for their exceptional contribution to society.
Five new Professors of Practice will work with UNSW Business School students to inspire closer links with industry.
A piece on the effects of placebo surgeries and the birth of randomised trials has been awarded the 2018 Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing.
In a lively panel discussion at UNSW, university and business leaders from across Australia discuss how higher education institutions can keep pace with the ever-changing demands of the workplace.
What will happen in the next sexual revolution? When will machines become smarter than humans? The Festival of Dangerous Ideas, presented this year for the first time in conjunction with UNSW, asked some fascinating questions.