Contrary to some claims, scientists are very active in communicating their research to a wide audience in a variety of ways, writes Merlin Crossley.
Working with Aboriginal elders to learn about Indigenous astronomy will lead to new insights about natural events and meteorite impacts in Australia, writes Duane Hamacher.
The High Court is being asked to interpret the meaning of “corrupt conduct" in the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act, a decision that could affect the Commission's investigative scope.
UNSW pancreatic cancer researcher Professor Minoti Apte has been named the 2015 NSW Woman of the Year for her contributions to medical research, tertiary education and the Indian community.
There is one simple solution to the debate on making childcare more affordable in Australia, writes Richard Holden.
From interactive helmets to soccerbots and the world's fastest solar car, UNSW students are at the forefront of innovation.
Aboriginal legends could offer a vast untapped record of natural history, including meteorite strikes and tsunamis, stretching back thousands of years, research by UNSW's Indigenous Astronomy Group has found.
A UNSW review of the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement has found potential economic gains may come at a cost to Australians' health.
Building a large dedicated museum of Applied Arts and Sciences at Parramatta, in one of Sydney’s central hubs, makes good sense both as policy and as politics, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
To perform well, an employee needs to know not only what to do, but why it matters, writes Deborah Blackman.