04 March 2015
UNSW research into childhood cancer and treatments for patients with nerve damage has received major backing in the latest round of funding from The Cancer Institute NSW.
22 September 2014
It is ironic that the world we live in today is built on a solid foundation of research yet it is easier than ever for non-experts to spread their intuitive falsehoods, writes Tim Dean.
15 August 2014
UNSW research in engineering/technology and computer science has been ranked 42 in the latest Academic Ranking of World Universities, making UNSW the best performing Australian university in the field.
13 June 2014
In what is being hailed by Chinese media as a “breakthrough” for collaboration with Chinese industry, UNSW has forged two separate deals focused on technology transfer and research commercialisation.
23 April 2014
One hopes and expects that our governments will listen to the people they have honoured, even when they reveal inconvenient truths, writes Merlin Crossley.
15 April 2014
Any big cuts to the CSIRO's budget put at risk the fundamental research that is critical for future innovation, writes Ben McNeil.
31 March 2014
Science and business have more in common than some may want to admit, but it is the differences that make collaboration worthwhile, writes Merlin Crossley.
26 February 2014
UNSW has once again performed strongly in the QS World University Rankings, with 16 subjects in the world’s top 50 and Accounting and Finance breaking into the top 10.
26 February 2014
'Good deed' research rarely makes money or generates revenue, but it is in our children's interest, and our own, to fund it, writes Merlin Crossley.
09 October 2013
Perhaps the best way to measure research impact is a judicious mix-and-match approach, writes John Kaldor.
12 July 2013
India's Education Minister has visited UNSW and called for stronger research partnerships between Australia's and India's university sectors.
21 June 2013
UNSW Professor Lisa Maher has been recognised by the Prime Minister for her work in reducing the harm of drug use.
12 June 2013
With the federal election approaching, policies are needed that end funding uncertainties and consolidate investment in research, writes Merlin Crossley.
29 May 2013
You can't create a one-size-fits-all formula for research impact. Best instead to provide environments in which creativity and innovation can flourish, writes Les Field.
16 May 2013
Tackling premature death in Pacific Islanders caused by conditions such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease is the focus of a project funded by AusAID.
23 April 2013
Science is expensive but cutting spending will be more costly in the long run, warns Professor Merlin Crossley.
21 March 2013
Australia ranks third overall in the Asia-Pacific in scientific research with UNSW improving its national standing, according to the Nature Publishing Index.
07 March 2013
With Australia lagging behind Europe and the US in research output, and with Asia catching up, urgent policy action is needed, writes Professor Merlin Crossley.
28 January 2013
Research into Australia's unique climate has proven invaluable in dealing with extreme weather events. Shouldn't we also listen to what the research says about global warming? asks Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer.
18 December 2012
Groundbreaking work on HIV, cardiovascular disease and improving patient safety are among the major UNSW research programs to be awarded funding by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
02 July 2012
Torture’s effects on the brain is one of 20 UNSW research projects to attract $20.9 million in federal grants and industry contributions - the best result in the country - in the latest funding round.
22 March 2012
UNSW is the first university in the world to be awarded the QS 5 Star plus badge for excellence.
04 May 2011
It's about time Australia became a card carrying member of the global R&D club, argue Professors Fred Hilmer and Les Field.
29 March 2011
Is the university as we know it an endangered species? Get the full story in the first edition of Uniken for 2011.
12 March 2010
Elizabeth Blaber has become the first Australian student to join the NASA Academy, where she will develop her doctoral research into the effects of space travel on the human body