To give the best chance for science to have an impact, we need to present our arguments to the public in the most convincing ways we have available. Applied psychology can help.
The French Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Frédérique Vidal, encouraged deeper collaboration with Australia while learning about some of UNSW Sydney's most innovative projects.
UNSW has signed new agreements with French colleagues to bolster renewable energy innovation and environmental research.
The Vice-President recognised the leading work of the UNSW Sydney Climate Change Research Centre during her visit.
A study of almost 100,000 NSW school children shows children born to teenage mothers have the highest risk of developmental vulnerabilities at age 5, largely due to social and economic disadvantage.
New research reveals 'entanglement' of the motion of objects composed of many billions of atoms, opening up further development of potential massive quantum machines.
A team of three UNSW Engineering students has come sixth in the world in the most prestigious computer programming competition for universities, defeating 134 other teams to win a silver medal in Beijing.
In a world first, Garvan researchers have identified a new four-stranded 'tangled knot' structure that comes and goes in the DNA of living human cells.
To be a smart city is to know what your people want and need. And smart city leaders make sure residents can tell them by using technology to maintain a constant two-way flow of information.
The successful launch of NASA’s planet-hunting satellite TESS will allow UNSW scientists to study the properties of nearby stars from their internal ringing sounds.