A calm voice, a trusted expert, devoted teacher. Epidemiologist Professor Mary-Louise McLaws was passionate about engaging with the mainstream media and communicating what she knew.
Collaborators cannot be reduced to single types. Their motivations are varied and can be hard to interpret.
The world knew her as a scientific and informed expert. At UNSW she was a colleague, mentor and educator.
Research on the Deniliquin structure points to an asteroid impact that would have been more than double the scale of the one that killed the dinosaurs.
UNSW Sydney artificial intelligence expert says autonomous systems being used in the current Ukraine conflict need to be prohibited in the same way as chemical and biological weapons.
The World Health Organization has classified the EG.5 family of Omicron variants, including Eris, as ‘variants of interest’. What does that mean? And how does Eris differ to other Omicron variants?
Prosecraft creator Benji Smith believed he was honouring copyright laws while using more than 25,000 books without authors’ consent.
We can learn a lot about avoiding and escaping this natural hazard by asking survivors what being caught in a rip is really like.
Understanding why existing hydrogen fuel cell prototypes degrade can pave the way for more durable cells.
The last time an Australian government made housing the homeless a priority was 15 years ago. The Albanese government’s promised plan is a second chance to get it right.