Four UNSW students, including the 2008 Junior Waterpolo Player of the Year, are representing Australia at the World University Games in Serbia.
UNSW's Water Research Laboratory has marked 50 years of providing unique and invaluable advice and analysis on the diverse challenges of managing and understanding our water resources.
Emeritus Professor Ian Webster has been honoured with a Prime Minister's Award for his work in reducing the effects of drug and alcohol abuse.
A century on, the first major planning inquiry for Sydney still gives valuable directions towards creating a sustainable, liveable city, says Professor Rob Freestone.
Climate variability, not land-clearing, is the main trigger of soil salinity, according to a major groundwater study that overturns decades of research.
Federal health minister Nicola Roxon has launched Australia's first national maternity surveillance system based at UNSW.
UNSW's work to create a more environmentally sustainable campus has been recognised with a finalist nomination in the coveted Banksia Environmental Awards.
A UNSW stem cell researcher working to develop a cure for Alzheimers and Parkinsons is the inaugural winner of the Paul Brock Scholarship.
Bionic eye technology developed at UNSW is giving Sydney a glimpse of the future in an exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum.
The proposed overhaul of the US Federal Reserve system may be designed to create more accountability, but such a new role for the Fed raises concerns, argues Professor Fariborz Moshirian.