The US has open-skies agreements with more than 100 nations, Singapore has more than 60 nations. Australia has just seven.
A small-scale tokamak device – designed, built and managed by UNSW students – is set be housed at university’s main Kensington campus.
The Kirby Institute has developed the first non-English version of its AI-driven epidemic warning tool EPIWATCH, expanding its availability in one of the world's most populous countries.
A UNSW expert explains why mining will be vital to help renewable energy technologies flourish and to achieve greenhouse gas emission targets.
Reducing air pollution is one of the best investments for Australians’ health, the environment, the economy and social equity. But achieving cleaner air requires a new approach from government.
New research reveals who is most at risk and what we can all do to stay safe while swimming.
Dr Sascha Spencer impressed competition judges with her eye-opening presentation on helping medical professionals improve diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders.
A festival of arts-based interventions offers techniques to enhance the mental health and wellbeing of hospital staff.
New research suggests Australia’s agricultural water reservoirs could be an innovative energy storage solution for variable renewables.
Scientia Professor Vlado Perkovic, current Dean of UNSW Medicine & Health, will take up the role on 18 September.