Trying to learn a piano piece or master a new dance step? Make sure you take good breaks while training, a new study suggests.
Uncovering the aerodynamic secrets of insect flight to create micro-air vehicles has won UNSW Canberra’s John Young the 2012 ACT Young Tall Poppy of the Year award.
Two UNSW projects to revolutionise biomedical training and boost the number of students studying science and engineering have been awarded $6.2 million in federal NBN funding.
How does a music festival at an old coalmine in Germany inspire a technique for developing cheap silicon solar cells? For PhD student Jonathon Dore the three-minute answer is lasers.
Two common viruses known to be associated with human cancers are both present – and may even be collaborating with each other – in most male prostate cancers, a new study suggests.
The greatest diversity of small insect-eating microbats in the Sydney region is not in the national parks that ring the city but in the western suburbs, according to a new study.
In subject areas as diverse as preventing beach drownings and understanding the cosmos, six UNSW-affiliated researchers have been singled out as finalists for prestigious Eureka Prizes.
A world-first digital application allowing archaeologists to share information directly from the field is set to revolutionise archaeology.
Nobel laureate for Physics Professor Brian Schmidt described to a packed audience at UNSW the startling discovery that the universe is accelerating.
It's high time we learned to adapt to our land of droughts and flooding rains, rather than failing time and time again to try to make it adapt to us, writes Richard Kingsford.