The federal government is spending $94 million to buy cheap oil. Instead, Australia should use the money to manufacture our own energy.
UNSW Sydney is the highest-ranking Australian institution for its contribution to scientific research.
Save your sanitisers – washing your fruit and veggies under running water is the recommended cleaning method, food microbiologist Julian Cox says.
UNSW researchers have created new DNA tests to accelerate Salmonella detection and, in the future, pinpoint the source of food poisoning outbreaks.
Not only does a universal constant seem annoyingly inconstant at the outer fringes of the cosmos, it occurs in only one direction, which is downright weird.
Big galaxies get bigger by merging with smaller ones, modelling has shown.
A UNSW researcher has been awarded the largest compute grant in Australian history.
An archaeological dig in New Guinea by UNSW scientists has unearthed artefacts to provide strong evidence that a Neolithic period existed there 5000 years ago.
Women in Engineering Ambassador Nicky Ison is helping Australia become the world’s leading exporter of renewable energy.
An ultra-precise microscope that surpasses the limitations of Nobel Prize-winning super-resolution microscopy will let scientists directly measure distances between individual molecules.