The risk of sensitive information falling into the wrong hands could be eliminated by a new quantum communication process that delivers unprecedented security.
UNSW sporting greats have been recognised at the Australian University Sports awards, with the launch of a national honour roll.
A UNSW academic has worked with UNICEF to establish a professional social work system in Vietnam - the first for the country in 30 years.
Investigating the rising popularity of psychology and the diverse career paths students follow is the focus of a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship awarded to Associate Professor Jacquelyn Cranney.
The dedication of this year's Biennale of Sydney to Nick Waterlow is a fitting tribute, says COFA Dean Professor Ian Howard.
In Australia people with disability often live on the fringes of society. In the latest issue of Uniken, we hear how UNSW research is ensuring their voices are heard.
They might be in the infancy of their medical careers, but a group of UNSW students has launched Australia's first medical journal produced for and by medical students.
UNSW will lead new research to make solar generated electricity as cheap as coal-fired power following a $5 million grant from the Australian Solar Institute.
UNSW postgraduate law student, Samah Hadid, has been selected as Australia's Youth Ambassador to the United Nations for 2010.
UNSW economics professor John Piggott, a member of the Henry Tax Review panel, explains some of the thinking behind the tax blueprint's 138 recommendations.