Solar cell inventor Professor Stuart Wenham has won the top prize at the 2009 Inventor of the Year awards hosted by New South Innovations.
Graduates from the College of Fine Arts will dominate Australia's representation at the 2009 Venice Biennale art exhibition.
Up to 70 percent of hepatitis C patients could be cured if they seek early treatment, an international study coordinated by UNSW researchers has found.
UNSW graduate engineer Alexandra Bennett has won recognition for a student project focused on helping drought-proof Australia's farms.
The government's recent broadband announcement is more than a back to the future approach to telecommunications - it's a radical step towards the regulation of Telstra, writes Michael Peters from the Australian School of Business.
In an increasingly competitive job market, further study can provide a career boost. If you're looking for advice on programs and study options, don't miss UNSW's Postgrad Expo.
Some 350 children die needlessly each year in Australia as a result of accidents - most of which are preventable, UNSW injury risk researcher Professor Paul Barach argues.
There's an upside to feeling down when the weather is gloomy: your memory is far more accurate than it is on bright and sunny days, a UNSW study suggests.
UNSW Industrial Design students have taken five of 13 finalist places for Australia's leading tertiary student design competition, the James Dyson Award.
The increases in temperature extremes Australia faces this century due to climate change will not be quite as large as some have feared, according to a new study by UNSW researchers.