In the latest Uniken, a leading researcher in housing accessibility warns Australia's homes are not keeping pace with the needs of our ageing population.
If you want to see the future of architecture, take a good look at the world of computer games, says Russell Lowe, a lecturer in architectural computing in the Faculty of the Built Environment.
UNSW's ASPIRE program for disadvantaged high school students is expanding to primary schools thanks to a major funding boost from the Federal Government.
The American economy remains vulnerable to structural problems in its financial sector, despite positive market responses to the "stress tests" results for US banks, argues Professor Neal Stoughton.
Pinpointing new risk factors associated with schizophrenia will be part of the research focus of Australia's first Chair in Schizophrenia Epidemiology and Population Health at UNSW.
The image of the typical sex offender as an insecure loner has been turned on its head by research from a UNSW criminologist.
UNSW has sent the largest delegation of any Australian university to a model United Nations event in The Hague, extending students' skills in international relations and diplomacy.
Face masks are a cheap, effective public health "frontline" against epidemics such as swine flu, UNSW infectious disease expert Professor Raina MacIntyre says.
UNSW has received a grant of more than $18m from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support a research project with the potential to extend drug therapy to millions of HIV-affected people worldwide.
Solar cell inventor Professor Stuart Wenham has won the top prize at the 2009 Inventor of the Year awards hosted by New South Innovations.