UNSW experts hope this evidence will ensure pregnant people are prioritised as a vulnerable group for mental health in future disease outbreaks.
New research finds almost 4000 Australian plant species have not been photographed before in the wild, which may lead to their extinction.
Three UNSW scientists are honoured for cutting-edge research into climate change and ocean systems, nanomaterials and food and health, and DNA sequencing and gene activity.
New research on inflammation could lead to better treatments to improve outcomes for people with advanced or previously untreatable cancers.
This new spin measuring device could help scientists - particularly in chemistry and biology - understand the structure and purpose of materials better.
Macquarie Island is a globally unique home to dozens of bird and marine mammal species, hence the government’s plans to give it greater protection.
Working and producing less to reduce humanity’s carbon footprint is part of a growing movement towards a ‘degrowth’ economy.
UNSW Sydney experts explain why we should be looking for alternatives to cooking with gas.
Dozens of threatened Australian species are back from the brink. But many are reliant on protection and could not survive in the wild. True safety is harder.
UNSW researchers unveil prototype device that can directly 3D print living cells onto internal organs and potentially be used as an all-in-one endoscopic surgical tool.