Work by PhD graduate Dr Simon Graham to encourage Indigenous boys to be tested for sexually transmissable diseases is having a positive impact in Aboriginal communities aross NSW.
A new initiative is linking all first-year Co-op scholars with successful alumni from the prestigious industry scholarship program, helping to boost connections and career prospects
Pill testing kits or booths at venues where pills are known to be consumed could inform users about the content of illicit drugs, writes Alison Ritter.
UNSW researchers have had another stellar year at the Young Tall Poppy Awards for leading scientists, winning five of the 10 prizes for 2014 – the best result of any university.
A new scientific journal focusing on the rapidly developing areas of quantum research that promise to revolutionise the processing and transmission of information has been launched by Education Minister Christopher Pyne.
The G20 Leader’s Summit is in many ways a company retreat, and is about as hackable as a dinner party, write Tom Apperley and Robbie Fordyce.
While it’s tempting to dismiss conspiracy theorists as a loopy minority, on a growing range of issues they in fact make up a loud and vocal majority, write Emma A. Jane and Chris Fleming.
Australia's efforts against terrorist activities would be better served by improving our understanding of how terrorism itself is financed, writes Stephen Dametto.
The Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing has been awarded to journalist Jo Chandler for her piece TB and me: a medical souvenir, about contracting the deadly disease in Papua New Guinea.
UNSW academics are available to comment on what's shaping to be one of the most significant G20 meetings in many years.