Human rights lawyer Professor Megan Davis has been elected Chair of the United Nation's permanent forum on Indigenous issues.
UNSW is open today, Wednesday 22 April, as scheduled. Be aware that travel to and from campus will be slower than usual. Please travel safely.
By the end of WWI the once proud and highly visible German–Australian community had disintegrated, with repercussions that lasted decades, writes Gerhard Fischer.
From vegan and sugar free to Paleo and the just plain wrong. UNSW academics help you sift through the diet hype.
International co-operation is the only way to address global refugee crises, writes Jane McAdam.
UNSW engineering students have launched a high-altitude balloon from Warrumbungle National Park, in central NSW, as part of a global challenge to capture data and images from the edge of space.
Willpower is a wonderful thing. But when it comes to controlling how much we eat, research shows there’s so much more on the table.
So, what’s causing all this rain? Climate scientists Acacia Pepler and Lisa Alexander take us through the science.
Don't expect to learn anything new from the ceremonial rhetoric of Anzac Day. Persuasion about national unity depends on more than just the communication of facts, writes Mark Rolfe.
Drivers are being sought to have their cars fitted with world-leading technology as part of a $4 million UNSW-led study into everyday driving behaviour.