Kate Grenville suggests we read Elizabeth Macarthur’s letters as ‘a wonderful piece of fiction, sustained over sixty years’. They were exercises in doubleness, concealment, and delicious irony.
The transition to zero carbon will be one of the biggest shifts in the history of humankind. Australia could be a global leader in renewable innovation, so why don’t we invest in our future?
The vast potential of Australia's renewable energy industries is restricted by our electricity grids. Matthew Priestley from UNSW Engineering asks how we can overcome this major obstacle.
Mineral & Mining Engineering is the University’s highest ranking subject, moving up two places to third in the world.
Think of a world where rivers had human rights, corporations were regulated by their stakeholders, ecocide was a crime and money looked entirely different. Where can legal imagination take us?
Eleven new grants for industry collaboration will fund research in engineering, science, and critical social issues.
The 2022-23 budget is the result of a good plan, well executed. But whichever party next takes government must close the deficit gap – without resorting to austerity.
Researchers will help find the next generation of mineral deposits after UNSW signed a partner agreement with the MinEx CRC.
The refresh was inspired by broader definitions of sport brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic
Here are five books to help you understand what’s happening in Ukraine and Russia, from a must-read history of Ukraine to insights into the Russian soul.