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12 October 2022

Religious bullying in the school playground and how to combat it

Religion-based bullying is increasing in Australian schools. A new book and report urge school principals to value religious education programs to promote intercultural understanding.
07 October 2022

Approaches to advocacy key to addressing access

A new research partnership between the University of Sydney and People with Disability Australia (PWDA) has found effective approaches to advocacy are key to overcoming significant barriers to NDIS access experienced by people with psychosocial disability living in institutional facilities.
05 October 2022

Conspiracy theories thrive on YouTube, new study

A new study by social media researchers at the University of Sydney and QUT has found conspiracy theories are thriving on YouTube despite the platform's efforts to harden posting rules and guidelines.
04 October 2022

When art inspires engineering

Could the interface between art and science be more than just a source of inspiration and instead be used to unlock new scientific approaches?
29 September 2022

Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Scholarship 2022 winners announced

Fassih Keiso (Mid-career/Established Category) and Elwira Skowronska (Emerging Category) have been awarded a combined total of $40,000 as winners of the 2022 Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Scholarship.
29 September 2022

Sydney's postgraduate Social Justice programs

Making a real difference to justice, peace and sustainability in the world today requires ingenuity and expertise as well as imagination and integrity. 

16 September 2022

Early career researchers awarded $9.5m funding

The University of Sydney has received funding for 22 research projects through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
15 September 2022

Seven researchers receive ARC Future Fellowship funding

Researchers from engineering, health, science, music, and media and communications have been announced as ARC Future Fellows, receiving a combined funding amount of $6.5 million to forward impactful research.
08 September 2022

Stone age surgery: earliest evidence of amputation found

A team of Indonesian and Australian researchers have uncovered the oldest case of surgical amputation to date in Borneo. The find presents a remarkable feat in human prehistory.
06 September 2022

New production of A Raisin in the Sun is an enormous achievement

Associate Professor Sarah Gleeson-White from the Discipline of English reviews the Sydney Theatre Company's triumphant production of the award-winning American classic A Raisin in the Sun.