Australia's next generation of artists and designers will reveal their final projects at the 2009 COFA Annual exhibition.
A new approach to harnessing small-scale solar power could deliver higher levels of efficiency in portable power sources.
Radically redesigned train stations and mobile art galleries are among ideas for Sydney explored by young architects in a new exhibition.
Israeli human rights advocate and litigator Professor Frances Raday will deliver the Australian Human Rights Centre annual lecture at the University of New South Wales on Tuesday 17 November.
Psychologist Mona Taouk is developing a world-first questionnaire to identify young people at risk of depression and suicide.
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.