Diet can strongly influence how long you live and reproduce, but now UNSW scientists have discovered that what works best for males may not be best for females.
A team of micro-choppers and self-guiding robot ground vehicles from UNSW Engineering has made a big impression at an international competition.
The NSW Government's new draft floodplain harvesting policy is a welcome start, but implementing it will present considerable challenges, says a leading UNSW environmental scientist.
A global assurance framework for carbon emission disclosures must be included in any plan to reduce Australia's carbon emissions, says a UNSW expert.
Shanil Samarakoon, a Masters student in Marketing at the Australian School of Business, is leading a team that is bringing electricity to a small rural community in Sri Lanka.
Physclips, a set of multimedia learning and teaching materials developed for introductory physics, has won the Physics division of the 2007 Pirelli Prizes for Science Communication.
An Australian-designed robot clarinet player has won first prize at an international orchestra competition.
UNSW Conjoint Professor Toby Walsh has become the first Australian in a decade to be admitted as a Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.
UNSW engineers who played a vital role in responding to the devastating May 12 earthquake in China received a personal thankyou from Chinese officials this week.
New studies, by UNSW researchers, of the world's most primitive living things suggest that life on Earth may have begun much earlier than the accepted date of about 3.5 billion years ago.