They’re young, smart and forging new frontiers in the science of the mind. Meet psychology’s emerging research leaders.
Animal groups who expose abuse are doing a community service ... Siobhan O'Sullivan with friend. Photo: Quentin Jones
Australian parliaments are moving to criminalise the undercover work of animal activists. Siobhan O’Sullivan believes the laws are bad news for democracy.
True detectives ... Michael West (left) and Jeffrey Knapp. Photo: Grant Turner / Mediakoo
Something is slowly killing our tax base, but what? UNSW’s Jeffrey Knapp and Fairfax’s Michael West are on the case.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs
Welcome to the Spring Issue of UNSW magazine – Uniken.
David Sanderson. Photo: Oxford Brookes University
UNSW's top news stories.
L-R: Eureka winners: Professors Richard Kingsford and David Keith (Environmental Research), Michelle Simmons (Leadership in Science) and Emma Johnston (promoting understanding of scientific research).
UNSW scientists working on quantum computing, marine science and threatened ecosystems have won three prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
Making the leap - Matraville Sports High School students. Photo: Michael Anderson / Paramount Studios
It has turned out football stars and foreign ministers, yet Matraville Sports High School has struggled to attract students. Now, with help from UNSW, it is reclaiming its place in the community.
Marlene Kong. Photo: Grant Turner / Mediakoo
Marlene Kong believes you need to experience disadvantage to really understand it. That’s why it’s time for more Indigenous-led medical research.
L-R Wenhua Shan, Colin Picker, Lisa Toohey and Weihuan Zhou. photo: Grant Turner / Mediakoo
An initiative of UNSW Law puts the Faculty at the forefront of understanding China’s business environment.
Former occupational therapist Penny Plumbe with Built Environment's Catherine Bridge. Photo: Quentin Jones.
Using state-of-the-art technology, Built Environment’s Catherine Bridge is working with industry to develop a new generation of products that will empower older Australians to live in their homes for longer.
A place for predators ... Daniel Huner. Photo: Ed Sloane
Scientist and filmmaker Daniel Hunter believes “re-wilding” is the best way to battle the invasive predators driving many species to extinction.
Brenda L Croft on the Wave Hill Walk-Off Route with (L-R) Michael Paddy, John Leeman and Justin Paddy. An infant Michael and his family were part of the original walk-off. Photo: Maurie Japarta Ryan.
With a GoPro camera strapped to her chest, Brenda L Croft is documenting her family history straight from the heart.
The latest books by UNSW academics.
The international law expert talks about her solitary, often nail-biting treks and why we shouldn’t mess with Mother Nature.