When it comes to making a difference, death is no obstacle. In the November/December issue of Uniken, we hear about those who generously donate their bodies to science.
UNSW Chancellor David Gonski's "extraordinary leadership" in philanthropy has been recognised with a major award from the Business/Higher Education Round Table.
It is with immense shock and distress that the UNSW community heard news of the death of Nick Waterlow, Director of the Ivan Dougherty Gallery at COFA and a much loved and respected member of staff.
Sydney's native bush rats were victims of a campaign to exterminate foreign black rats during a plague in 1900, according to scientists who plan to reintroduce the native rodents.
One of Australia's leading experts in early childhood education, Professor Deborah Brennan, has been elected to the Academy of Social Sciences.
A new state-of-the-art eye testing centre has opened at UNSW, offering free services to the public - thanks to the generosity of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
The Role of Education in the Road to Reconciliation will be discussed by a panel of experts, lead by Professor Pat Dodson, at the University of New South Wales next week.
Australian scientists led by UNSW remote sensing expert Associate Professor LinLin Ge will have access to high resolution images from Chinese satellites, boosting our capacity to respond to natural disasters.
Don't throw out your analogue radio just yet. UNSW industrial designer Miles Park shows how smart design can extend the lifespan of products rendered obsolete, reducing the growth of e-waste.
With only 40 percent of senior maths teachers university-qualified, there has been a dramatic decline in Australia's international educational standing in the subject, says Professor Anthony Dooley.