Universities need to be more aggressive in fighting red tape, funding shortages and incoherent policy, Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer told the National Press Club.
Overcoming pathological fear, a new mechanism in multiple sclerosis and brain tumours, and better governance of financial markets are among the 19 research projects pursued by UNSW’s newest Future Fellows.
UNSW is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Elizabeth Nield to the newly created position of Director, Development.
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.
UNSW's state-of-the-art Tyree Energy Technologies Building was on display last week for a high-level delegation from China’s Guangdong Province.
UNSW congratulates our staff and members of our advisory boards recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday honours.
UNSW is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Iain Martin from the University of Auckland as Vice-President and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic).
Rugby great Ewen McKenzie and Olympic silver medalist sprinter Patrick Dwyer have been inducted into the UNSW Sport Hall of Fame.
Australia may be embarking on a “new carbon future”, but coal remains our largest energy export and cheapest and most accessible source of power. Can renewables deliver on their promise?
UNSW has been named as Australia’s most innovative university, winning the higher education category of the Thomson Reuters Citation and Innovation Awards 2012.