The outstanding quality of UNSW's accounting research has been ranked first in the world by the international journal Accounting and Finance.
A revolution is underway in the teaching of architecture and design, according to organisers of a major design education conference at UNSW.
Researchers at UNSW believe that blood may hold vital insights into what is happening in the brains of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
Visiting UK criminal justice academic and terrorism expert Professor Clive Walker says Australia can learn from the UK's experience in implementing anti-terrorism legislation.
The so-called 'generation gap' is disappearing, making way instead for an economic gap between the generations and class divisions within society, according to a UNSW sociologist.
Researchers from UNSW and the University of Melbourne have discovered a mechanism that could be used to slash by almost two-thirds the number of seizures endured by some epileptics.
Four hundred delegates from Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America will discuss new dimensions of the scholarship of teaching and learning at UNSW from Monday to Thursday, 2-5 July.
The University of New South Wales has strengthened its teaching and research ties in India, signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Manipal University.
The Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Mr Antonio-Maria Costa, has given an address at UNSW, suggesting that the world drug problem is being contained.
Professor Timothy Devinney, a UNSW academic and expert on strategy, innovation and international business, has been awarded a prestigious Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellowship.