General

Mary-Louise McLaws and Kerry Chant

Professor Mary-Louise McLaws and Dr Kerry Chant, recognised for their contribution to public health during the COVID-19 pandemic, are among members of the UNSW community to be honoured.

ostentatious man in a limousine holds out a glass of red wine

Tax advisers are more likely to act as 'tax exploiters' for wealthy clients but 'tax enforcers' for the rest of us.

Attila Brungs stands near information panels about animals and the desert

The initiative features work underway through the Wild Deserts consortium between UNSW and Ecological Horizons with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Professor Pall Thordarson reaches for lab equipment.

RNA science has significant potential to treat cancer genetic and autoimmune diseases – making critical contributions toward advancing human health.  

Professor Attila Brungs crouches on a rocky landscape

Research opportunities at Fowlers Gap include restoration of arid zone ecosystems and its future under the effects of climate change.

an illustration of a hand lowering a voting paper onto a map of australia

With voter behaviour changing, the Albanese government could consider a historic shift in the lower house, says UNSW Canberra's David Lee.

UNSW library lawn and building in background

UNSW ranks in the top four universities nationally and top 50 globally in the latest QS university rankings. 

Planning

The project will upskill regional councils to reap benefits of ‘smart places’.

A man hands containing pills

The latest Drug Trends report from UNSW’s National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre shows more than 1800 drug-induced deaths in Australia in 2020.

Catherine Greenhill and Michelle Haber

UNSW Sydney professors from UNSW Science and UNSW Medicine & Health have been recognised among the nation’s most distinguished scientists.

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