Twenty-two PhD candidates will each have three minutes to explain their research and impress the judges at UNSW's annual Three Minute Thesis competition.
Close to 800 students will have the opportunity to visit the Indo-Pacific region in 2018 thanks to $2.5 million from the Australian government’s New Colombo Plan Mobility program.
The Maker Games will offer UNSW students the chance to build working prototypes to solve a range of industry challenges and win a trip to Silicon Valley.
A humble toilet block funded by UNSW Medicine students could boost attendance at a rural Indian girls’ school and ultimately improve literacy.
Four UNSW students are bound for Taipei to compete in the World University Games, which begin tomorrow with more than 12,000 athletes from 140 countries.
Ailis O’Carroll wanted to ensure the gifts we give and receive are items we really want rather than duds that end up discarded in landfill. So she signed up for UNSW’s New Wave Female Entrepreneurship program.
UNSW has launched a new program to give student entrepreneurs the edge when it comes to creating a business that will be successful in the Chinese marketplace.
UNSW medical student Andrew Fong is the founder and driving force behind MiniEpi, a more compact and easier-to-use adrenaline device for people with life-threatening allergies.
After its triumphant launch last year, TEDxUNSW is raising the bar, hosting a bigger audience to showcase speakers with expertise in growing small ideas into big successes.
19-year-old Jessica Thornton is one of the rising stars of Australian athletics. Aged 16 she won the gold medal at the 2014 Youth Olympics, and at 18 ran in the 4x400m relay Olympic final in Rio.