UNSW research has uncovered a ‘jumping gene’ which is vital for quickly suppressing an immune response to infection after a virus clears the body.
What is ‘structured water’ (aka hexagonal water, EZ water, or H3O2)? You might see people advertising it, but it’s not a real thing.
The same force that allows water to climb trees may prevent it from flowing through nanoscopic pores in certain materials.
Federal Labor has pledged to deliver the Murray Darling Basin Plan. But a new report casts serious doubt on that promise.
The transparent and flexible material could pave the way for emerging 2D electronic applications.
A treatment that trains both the brain and the body has shown important effects on pain and disability, a new study has found.
Expensive silicon has been used to produce the highest-efficiency solar panels. Now there’s a way to use cheaper raw materials.
Researchers from UNSW Sydney help us understand why the genre is so popular.
There’s a whole lot of thought that goes into subterranean and underwater tunnel construction, say UNSW expert.
It has long been thought the ancient Greeks used the Golden Ratio to beautify their art and architecture. Turns out that’s not really true.