New research from the Australian School of Business indicates that having just one person who is lazy at work can drag down a high performing team.
Bicycle-related head injuries fell significantly in the months after mandatory helmet laws came into effect, and calls for a repeal should be rejected, new research shows.
A film featuring UNSW Law's Andrea Durbach has won the audience award for best documentary at the Sydney Film Festival.
A virus that causes hearing loss and intellectual disabilities in infants is being under-diagnosed, according to UNSW researchers, who are calling for routine screening for all pregnant women and newborns.
In the era of social networking, are smartphones jeopardising our right to trial by jury, asks Dr Fergal Davis from UNSW's Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law.
UNSW scientists are part of a new national campaign aimed at countering misinformation in science.
Creative ideas for a portable cooktop and efficient clothes washing have won two UNSW industrial design students semi-finalist places in an international competition.
Does the Gillard government's proposed "Malaysia solution" for asylum seekers place us at risk of violating our international obligations? Refugee law expert Jane McAdam explains.
There have been no breaches of network security at the University despite claims by online hacker group LulzSec that it has obtained passwords for email addresses at UNSW.