Mandla Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela and Chief of the Mvezo Traditional Council, moved an audience of more than 800 people to tears when he spoke at UNSW.
Vaginal microbicides now in clinical trials are one of the most promising weapons protecting women against HIV infection.
The Australia Ensemble @UNSW has won an award for best performance of an Australian composition at the 2008 Classical Music Awards.
An article on multiculturalism has won UNSW academic Geoffrey Brahm Levey an international media prize.
Long-suffering victims of allergies such as asthma and hay fever might enjoy a surprise benefit, according to research led by UNSW.
Infection with HIV could quadruple in certain populations if people with HIV follow potentially misleading advice contained in a statement from the Swiss Federal Commission for HIV/AIDS, UNSW research warns.
UNSW researchers have set a new record for nominations in the Eureka Prizes this year, with 10 individuals and research groups named as finalists for the prestigious science awards.
UNSW's new Centre for Implantable Bionics will place the university at the forefront of research in a vital new medical field.
Mandla Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela and Chief of the Mvezo Traditional Council, will deliver a major address this week at the University of New South Wales.
UNSW PhD student, Caragh Threlfall, haunts Sydney by night in search of tiny insect-eating bats to learn more about one of Earth's least-studied mammals.