The University categorically rejects any claim that patient safety was jeopardised in a clinical trial of anti-cancer compound DZ13.
Gail Kelly will present the 2013 Wallace Wurth Lecture on 28 August. The South African-born businesswoman will also help unveil a bust of Nelson Mandela, commissioned by UNSW.
UNSW has once again achieved a QS Five Star Plus rating for excellence, one of only eight universities in the world to receive the honour.
Dr Rob Brander discusses how to spot and avoid rips at beaches.
UNSW has joined some of the world’s best universities in partnering with Coursera, the largest provider of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
UNSW has announced a new entry standard for its undergraduate degrees, becoming the first university to apply a minimum Admission Rank of 80.
Bowing to the high demand for university places threatens our high education standards, writes Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer.
No one side of politics “owns” the China relationship and the Opposition must move beyond an Anglo-centric view of foreign relations if it wins government, Foreign Minister Bob Carr has told a UNSW audience.
With the rise of China delivering sweeping economic benefits, it’s time for Australia to come to grips with one of its most robust and potentially problematic relationships.
UNSW will receive $13.2 million in Linkage grants from the Australian Research Council, the highest level of funding in the state and the second highest in the country.