18 April 2019

Sydney researcher receives prestigious award from Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry has presented Associate Professor Wojciech Chrzanowski with an award for his paper on extracellular vesicles (EVs) in Nanoscale Horizons.

15 April 2019

Malaria and the doctor who changed the rules of treatment

The people of Burma, now Myanmar, were being devastated by conflict and drug resistant malaria, when alumna Rose McGready arrived. It was a temporary work placement that became much more than she expected.
11 April 2019

University researchers present eHealth initiatives at national conference

Researchers from the Matilda Centre have been invited to present at an addiction conference about eHealth initiatives that are providing trusted information to clinicians the community about mental health and substance abuse.
09 April 2019

Anxiety and alcohol use: attempting to retrain the brain

Dr Katrina Prior from the Matilda Centre is working with young people to create an online intervention to prevent the exacerbation of comorbid anxiety and alcohol and help young people lead healthier lives.

09 April 2019

Open source drug research could open up medicine

Universal access to medicine could come via open source drug discovery, argues lecturer Dr Alice Motion. She works to make drug discovery less secretive, so that more people can help find the pharmaceuticals the world needs.
04 April 2019

Sydney places 25th in the world in global impact ranking

The University of Sydney has been ranked 25th in the overall 2019 Times Higher Education University Impact Ranking.
02 April 2019

More operations done using robotic surgery

How do you take the skill of a top surgeon to the next level? You partner them with a robot. Robotic surgery is already happening, but don't worry - they're not on autopilot.
29 March 2019

Sydney excels in national research engagement and impact assessment

The University of Sydney has performed strongly in the Australian Research Council's first Engagement and Impact Assessment of research at Australian universities.
27 March 2019

Can medicinal cannabis treat the tics in Tourette syndrome?

A pioneering clinical trial investigating medicinal cannabis as a potential treatment for people living with Tourette syndrome will be conducted by Wesley Medical Research, with the cannabis supply facilitated by Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics at the University of Sydney.
27 March 2019

University of Sydney research shines in ERA results

All 22 broad fields of research undertaken at the University of Sydney have been rated as above or well above world standard by the Australian Research Council in a report released today.