Nimbadon lived 15 million years ago, in forests with flesh-eating kangaroos and tree-climbing crocodiles. Our first look inside their fossilised bones has revealed how these giants grew.
Archibald Prize winner Julia Gutman paints portraits whose stories run deep, and are layered with meaning and with textiles, too.
Australia needs to be careful when implementing MDMA and psilocybin therapy, says UNSW researcher Professor Colleen Loo.
For the first time in half a century, the Royal National Park will have a population of platypus.
So many of our artistic geniuses have complicated legacies. What do we do with work we love by artists whose behaviour is more difficult to admire?
Deborah Levy’s new novel, set in our pandemic-era present, contains the heat and desire of a European summer and the upward struggle of a soul. Jane Gleeson-White says she ‘read it like a thriller’.
Could plumes of smoke from the Black Summer of fire have cooled regions of the Pacific and triggered a La Niña? New research suggests it’s possible.
Engineers show that a jellybean-shaped quantum dot creates more breathing space in a microchip packed with qubits.
The funding will enable new student places to build a future workforce with strong defence and nuclear technology capabilities.
There is no blood test to identify the risk of non-genetic Parkinson’s disease, but that may change if UNSW chemists’ new machine-learning tool is validated.