For the second year in a row a graduate from UNSW's College of Fine Arts has won the Archibald Prize.
Academy Award-nominated film director, writer, and producer Bruce Beresford has hailed the world's first 360-degree stereoscopic cinema as revolutionary.
COFA student Lucy Simpson's visual portrayal of her life has won her a spot in a worldwide cultural exchange project.
The days of ringing a taxi company only to speak to a machine which fails to recognise what you are saying are numbered, according to a UNSW researcher.
UNSW is helping to build Australia's literary future - well beyond academic and student circles.
Australia's first freely accessible online tool for art history research, the Dictionary of Australian Artists Online, has been launched at UNSW.
UNSW Lecturer Brigid Costello presents an interactive exhibition on political spin at the Powerhouse Museum until December 15.
Researchers in the Faculty of the Built Environment are winning international recognition.
UNSW music students from the School of English, Media and Performing Arts are taking the national and international stage by storm.
It's enough to leave most music lovers All Shook Up: Elvis Presley's music is derivative and lacking in substance, according to UNSW academic Professor Robert Walker.