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17 April 2018

Young women posting alluring photos of themselves online say less about gender discrimination – or those taking the sexy selfies – than about the economies they live in, writes Khandis Blake.

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11 April 2018

Are you a dynamic early career researcher with a passion for communicating your work to a wider audience?

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28 March 2018

Dr Khandis Blake, of the School of Biological, Earth and Biological Sciences, will represent UNSW at the NSW State Finals of FameLab, the...

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27 March 2018

Artificial islands emerging from the oceans are regarded as 'engineering marvels'. But little attention is paid to how these human-made structures affect sea life.

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23 March 2018

The promotion of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education is more than a fad: it is a much-needed movement to encourage a well-rounded education that is essential to Australian...

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6 March 2018

Congratulations to all the nominees and winners of the 2017 Research Excellence Awards

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6 March 2018

Humans, and even pet dogs, are more than just products of genes. As Russell Bonduriansky writes, environments play a vital role in shaping us – even before conception.

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7 February 2018

UNSW Science research on marine pollution, ocean weather and cell culture has contributed to UNSW being awarded 43% of the overall funding in the...

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30 January 2018

The world’s first atlas that maps the most common types of soil bacteria in environments around the world has been compiled by an international team of scientists.

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