Scientists Stefan Rahmstorf and Matt England explain why time is running out to act on global warming.
Dr Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick at Sydney’s Wanda Sand Dunes. Photo: © Tamara Dean/Wild Researchers
Regardless of the outcome in Paris, UNSW researchers are forging ahead with multidisciplinary solutions to help us avoid the worst impacts of a warmer future.
Professor of Cognitive Psychology Ben Newell is a Future Fellow in the School of Psychology. Photo: Grant Turner/Mediakoo
How we react to the greatest challenge of our generation is all in the mind. Ben Newell explains.
Inmates in the Fish for Prison program show off their catch of the day. Photo: Jes Sammut
In the PNG highlands, lives have been changed and clan wars averted through the introduction of an unlikely peacemaker – fish.
This is Anmatyerr country, and it’s unlike anywhere I have ever been. Photo: Amy Coopes
UNSW medical students have committed to working in some of Australia’s most remote locations. For one, working in an Indigenous community has been a revelation.
Built Environment’s Dean Utian is one of four UNSW staff to receive citations for excellence in the 2015 Australian Awards for University Teaching. Utian was recognised for his use of innovative video and games to empower his students to develop digital communication, design and creative expression. Other UNSW recipients are: Dr Martin Bliemel and Dr Natalie Buckmaster from the UNSW Business School, and Professor Alex Steel from UNSW Law.
Photo: Leilah Schubert
As it looks to the next decade, UNSW will pursue excellence in research while also rewarding inspiring teachers.
Glenn Murcutt (seated) with Matt Chan in Sydney’s Ockens House. PHOTO: Peter Rae/Fairfax
Australia’s greatest living architect Glenn Murcutt and UNSW graduate Matt Chan discuss their appreciation of timeless design, experimentation, and why more architects should teach.
Rodney Phillips. Photo: Miles Standish
The new Dean of Medicine is on a mission to transform the faculty into one of the world’s best, and there’s no free time for lunches.
Moral injury is not new, but it is becoming more acute … Professor Tom Frame. Photo: Sean Davey
Even the most stable moral compass can be damaged by war. UNSW Canberra researcher Tom Frame explains the inner injury that arises when good people witness terrible things.
Loukanikos, which means sausage in Greek, barks in front of riot police in central Athens in 2010. Photo: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images
In a city brought to its knees by austerity, filmmaker Mary Zournazi describes an unlikely wellspring of dignity and hope.
Thermal design is a black art … space systems engineer Sean Tuttle. Photo: Sean Davey
It took 10 years and several billion kilometres for space systems engineer Sean Tuttle to learn that his ingenuity had paid off.
Marine mathematicians – Nina Ribbat, Paulina Cetina-Heredia and Amandine Schaeffer. Photo © Tamara Dean
Wild Researchers is a unique collaboration between UNSW and award-winning photographer Tamara Dean that transports us outside the lab and into the elements.
Katrina Simon. Photo: Grant Turner/Mediakoo
The landscapes of loss and memory are fertile grounds for researcher Katrina Simon.
Image: James Lim – One Degree, neon lighting
Final-year Bachelor of Design student James Lim’s One Degree harks back to the heyday of neon lighting.
Dr Pichamon Yeophantong. Photo: Grant Turner / Mediakoo
The 26-year-old lecturer in International Relations and Development talks about starting university at 13 and why age shouldn’t dictate capability.
The latest books by UNSW academics.
Welcome to the Summer Issue of UNSW magazine – Uniken.
Ketamine research leader Professor Colleen Loo, from UNSW’s School of Psychiatry and the Black Dog Institute (Photo: Mediakoo/Grant Turner).
UNSW's top news stories.
From quantum qubits to research role models, 2015 was a year of outstanding achievements.