Research provides unprecedented insight into the feeding behaviours and nutritional priorities of invasive myna birds.
The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health's mobile oral health service won the Community Engagement category of the inaugural Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards.
Professor Lisa Bero from the Charles Perkins Centre and Faculty of Pharmacy has won Cochrane's prestigious Anne Anderson Award.
A five week treatment with the synthetic hormone oxytocin significantly improved social, emotional and behavioural issues among young children with autism, according to University of Sydney research published today.
Too much red meat significantly increases your risk of cancer, but you shouldn't cut it from your diet completely, argues Dr Nial Wheate.
How soil affects the safety of our cities and the similarities between machine-to-machine communication and children's netball are among the ideas to be presented to industry at today's Research Conversazione at the Seymour Centre.
Three University of Sydney academics have been awarded Research Development Project Grants to further their innovative research and collaborations in cardiovascular health.
Our personal data is everywhere and should be controlled and managed by us, not others, a University of Sydney expert will argue at this week’s ACM Multimedia Conference in Brisbane
In a stunning new exhibition at the University of Sydney’s Tin Sheds Gallery, Ochre, Spinifex & Foil (OSF) investigates three materials embedded in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture, and unlocks their science and creative potential in art, architecture and manufacturing.
Genderqueer, transgender and genderfluid: what are the differences and how can we challenge the instinct to automatically label? Jessica Kean and Benjamin Bolton from the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies write in The Conversation
Dreams about cancer cures have historically been just that, but decades of painstaking research and dramatic advances in genetics are driving a revolution in cancer care.
Members of the University community in diverse fields including arts, politics, health sciences and education and social work have made the shortlist for NSW Australian of the Year nominations.
The Chinese government is finally starting to tackle the problem of smoking addiction, as the increasing health and financial costs become more apparent, argue Professor Kerry Brown and Simone Van Nieuwenhuizen.
The University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne have shared the spoils at this year's Australian Boat Race, with Sydney's men's and Melbourne's women's teams seizing victory over the weekend.
Maths stars are made, not born, argue Steson Lo and Professor Sally Andrews
Three teams of our students are exhibiting in the world's largest temporary sculpture park, Sculpture by the Sea, which takes place along the two-kilometre Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk.
The excellence of our research, teaching and citations underpin our positioning in the Times Higher Education subject rankings.
Five researchers from the University of Sydney have been recognised with prestigious Young Tall Poppy Science Awards. As part of the Young Tall Poppy Campaign, they will spend a year sharing their knowledge with school students, teachers and the broader community through workshops, seminars and public lectures.
Policymakers who dream of digital technologies as the quick fix to their development problem need to think twice, writes Dr Aim Sinpeng.
A leading historian is calling for Sydneysiders to celebrate their connection to one of the world's greatest collective achievements: the founding of the United Nations.