Tackling corruption could help alleviate the scale of crises and its impact on vulnerable people, says international construction management and economics expert Professor George Ofori.
Great care is needed when symbols can evoke powerful emotional responses, says UNSW's Rebecca Green.
The way we feel about music is shaped not only by the music itself but by our mindset, a new study shows.
New research shows while most taxi and rideshare journeys are completed safely, there is still an unacceptable level of harassment and intimidation.
A Biden presidency grappling with domestic discord could leave Australia out in the Indo-Pacific cold, says UNSW’s William Clapton.
Designers who use ethics to shape better companion robots will end up making better humans, too, say UNSW researchers.
A little support could go a long way to help us stay in our homes and age with grace.
People are more likely to turn to drugs in times of heightened stress and anxiety, says UNSW’s Dr George Dertadian.
UNSW’s Dr Mark Rolfe says satire was historically a way to express emotions such as anger, contempt and fear in safe and cathartic ways.
UNSW’s Dr Mark Rolfe supports the independent funding model proposed by ICAC for a national anti-corruption body.