Physics superstar Professor Stephen Hawking, and his daughter Lucy, a renowned author, have been awarded the 2015 UNSW Medal for Science Communication.
The facial disfigurement of Great War veterans led one researcher to uncover stories that challenge our ideas of the sacrifice of war.
Reports that Treasurer Joe Hockey has refused to back down on plans to strip $4 billion from school and hospital funding in the May budget will do little to repair relations between the States and the Commonwealth, writes Andrew Lynch.
Marketers take note. UNSW researchers are developing a smartphone app that can neutralise the distracting influence of packaging and store layout so that only healthy products stand out.
In announcing it would change the way superannuation is taxed if elected, Labor has grasped the superannuation reform nettle by the hand, writes Gordon Mackenzie.
Turkish military archives provide many insights into the events of WWI, but rarely have Western scholars made use of them, says UNSW Ottoman Fellow Dr Mesut Uyar.
The recent slowdown in the rise of global average air temperatures will make no difference to how much the planet will warm by 2100, a new study has found.
Our understanding of characteristics associated with the human genus, Homo, is rapidly evolving, writes Darren Curnoe.
On the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers from around the globe, including UNSW's Chris Tinney, describe the Hubble image with the most scientific relevance for them.
Celebrating a myth, or a worthy obsession? UNSW academics examine the hype around Australia's alternative 'national day'.