Video highlights from the Guardian workshop and panel on asylum at the 2016 Festival of Dangerous Ideas which included director of the Kaldor Centre for International Law, UNSW Law Professor Jane Mc Adam.
That’s the challenge for 23 competitors in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Final.For the winner, there’s the honour of representing UNSW at the Asia-Pacific 3MT and the U21 global virtual final, along with some handy prize money.This Friday is PARK(ing) Day, when people pay a parking meter then turn the space into a pop-up parklet.It's a day that invites citizens to rethink the city and their place in it, writes Amelia Thorpe.Historical data for Australia shows young people have fared better than their global counterparts in terms of economic opportunity but this masks a growing disparity among youth, writes Usman Chohan.
UNSW scientists have identified three new strains of highly contagious norovirus responsible for a major epidemic of viral gastroenteritis that has affected hundreds of thousands of Australians over winter.
Extract from the chapter Kiribati and Fiji in Eating Anthropocene.
This website is devoted to the African-American scientists of our time and their contribution to the modern world.
Amongst the biographies included here are Mae Jemison, the first African-american female astronaut, Percy Julian, a chemist who invented aero-foam, and Lewis Latimer who along with Alexander Graham Bell invented the carbon filaments used in light bulbs.
This website is as yet underdeveloped but looks set to expand in the near future - worth bookmarking. This part of the site People and Discoveries gives a history and biography of a vast number of multi-disciplinary scientists.
This is the Science and Technology section of a website constructed by the American non-commercial TV enterprise P. Their particular area of science or their discovery is detailed on the initial page whilst each biography is littered with cross references to related scientists or to other parts of the site.