UNSW is set to deepen its regional ties through a new program with Indonesia’s major electricity provider.
Israel’s warning to civilians in Gaza of impending attacks must be ‘effective’ under international law, meaning it must not only reach people but allow them sufficient time to evacuate safely.
The research sheds light on the biological basis of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
A combination of increased insurance premiums, increased bushfire risk and updated building codes could mean insurance policyholders are underinsured – or not insured at all.
Research shows start-up founders have distinct personality traits, and they’re more important to the success of their companies than previously thought.
New research suggests Australia will need to adjust to climate-driven shifts in solar power production.
People with intellectual disability told us they often felt cut out of their own health appointments, as healthcare practitioners spoke to their support person or family instead of to them.
The SAGE Athena Swan Cygnet Award recognises UNSW Sydney’s progress in reducing barriers to gender equity.
Understanding how caring ends is integral for improving support for carers, says an expert from UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health.
For the second time in two years, a UNSW academic has been honoured with the prestigious Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.