Scientists believe Thylacoleo carnifex was probably a victim of the drying out of Australia, which began about 350,000 years ago, rather than from the impact of humans.
A new larval fish database collated over the last 30 years will be used to measure marine ecosystem state and change as well as seasonal patterns of various fish species.
In an auditory tour through history and the animal kingdom, Associate Professor Darren Curnoe explored the relationship between human evolution and music.
UNSW scientists have uncovered the structure of little-understood protein and reveal its potential role in obesity and diabetes.
As climate extremes mount, let's reflect on Victorian London's 'Great Stink' sewage crisis - when things finally became so bad authorities were forced to accept evidence, reject sceptics, and act.
Australian wildlife can generally cope with drought, but they're not prepared for the combination of people, introduced animals, and no water.
Greens senator Mehreen Faruqi, a UNSW Engineering alumna and academic, is ready to give the Senate a reality check
Large gaps in the representation of women in science careers later in life are not due to lack of ability in the classroom.
A landmark study of academic grades of 1.6 million students has shown that girls and boys perform very similarly in STEM – including at the top of the class.
The program celebrates the breadth and depth of the relationship between Australia and the United