Spring 2016

The research team who waited a decade to capture nature's fury

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Sharing a workplace with 3,000 human tissue samples is both sorrowful and uplifting for this former zoologist, acrobat and now science educator. 

Twin sister–DJ duo NERVO have created a video clip to help draw more women into engineering.

The stories of Greek-Australian immigrants are in danger of being lost. We talk to a historian determined to preserve them.

A study of doctors on the front line of war sheds new light on the nature of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Science has traditionally tried to fight disease as the key to longer life. But what if the solution is to target the body’s ageing process itself?

Journalist Stan Grant has called for a national truth and reconciliation commission, “a full reckoning of our nation’s past”.

Men need to stand up and help redress the gender imbalance in Australian workplaces, writes Emma Johnston.

How do African farmers stop lions attacking their cattle? Paint the cows’ backsides, of course. Some lateral thinking by conservation biologist Neil Jordan.

A new fossil site in Queensland is home to a range of strange new species.

The long arm of the Australian law is finally extending to the cybersphere.

A computerised headdress, a garment that breathes in response to air quality … Tricia Flanagan blends technology and clothing to push the envelope of everyday life.

UNSW has announced the first three leaders of its Grand Challenges, an initiative to establish the University at the forefront of debate and policy. 

All UNSW's top news stories, from the opening of the Materials Science and Engineering Building, to the impact of delayed bipolar diagnosis and the UNSW–China $100m research partnership.

The latest books by UNSW academics.