Today's standard lecture, as a knowledge delivery model, is a legacy of our pre-digital past. Why persist with them when technology provides better tools, asks Dror Ben-Naim.
Indigenous collaboration and bush skills are shedding new light on what killed off Australia's unique megafauna.
Giving students hands on experience through a virtual world is the next big step in education, writes Dror Ben-Naim.
The Australian Energy Research Institute at UNSW has appointed internationally recognised industry expert George Maltabarow as its inaugural Chairman, bolstering important links to industry and government.
The only sure way to stop the buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is to curb carbon dioxide emissions, write Steve Sherwood and Laurie Menviel.
The origins of the El Niño climatic events that usually bring extended hot, dry conditions to much of Australia are detectable up to 18 months beforehand, a new study has found.
With advances in nanotechnology, the future of medicine is taking shape on the nano-scale and making possible healthcare solutions once confined to the realm of science fiction.
UNSW is helping scientists map the genomes of our oldest citizens in an international competition pushing the barriers of science and technology.
The future of a sustainable Australian space program is small, lightweight spacecraft using advanced technology with significant US involvement., writes Steven Tsitas.
People all over the world are gearing up to witness this century's final transit of Venus, as it passes between Earth and the sun, writes Jonti Horner.