10 October 2014
The percentage of students taking intermediate or advanced mathematics at school has declined significantly. Why is this happening and why does it matter? asks Chris Tisdale.
08 August 2014
While we know much about the consequences of happiness, much less is known about its causes, let alone how to guarantee its appearance, writes Brock Bastion.
24 June 2013
The future of education will be digital, on-demand and mobile, and online mathematics resources could complement classroom teaching and inspire more high school students, writes Dr Chris Tisdell.
30 November 2012
UNSW will host a lecture to be delivered by one of today's leading authorities on computer science, Professor Christos H. Papadimitriou, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the father of modern computer science, Alan Turing.
Jake Olivier, senior lecturer in biostatistics at UNSW
17 February 2012
A recent report linking mandatory helmet laws in New Zealand to cyclist deaths is severely flawed, argues biostatistician Jake Olivier.
22 April 2008
UNSW is cementing its reputation at the head of the pack of Australia's leading universities, with a 25-year analysis showing a dramatic increase in publications and citations.