Too many women are being pressured into having harmful vaginal births due to policies seeking to reduce caesarean delivery rates, a University of Sydney expert says.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence, today announced that the University's iconic jacaranda tree will be replaced next April with a cloned jacaranda as well as a native tree.
The development of an affordable vaccine may be our greatest hope for reducing the burden of dengue and Zika, Dr Cameron Webb explains.
The University of Sydney has launched its new Centre in China – our first major facility outside of Australia.
Our three recipients reflected on the life-long achievements of Dr Perkins, their experiences in teaching and on the future.
Two of our students are planning the party of their lives, and everyone's invited. The USU's OWeek festival is returning again in 2017 and we got all the insights.
Conservatorium of Music postgraduate student Cyrus Meurant’s compositions are improving the lives of residents in an aged care facility. Last month he joined an Innovation Week panel to discuss the health benefits of music.
Hundreds of tributes have flowed in from students and alumni worldwide over the death of the University of Sydney's iconic jacaranda tree, which collapsed last month after standing sentry over the quadrangle for 88 years.
The first cohort of fellows of the University's new Sydney Research Accelerator (SOAR) program has been announced.
Find out more about a career in allied health and what this might mean for your future job prospects.
University of Sydney research has pinpointed a set of risk factors that could help doctors tailor skin examinations and catch melanoma at an early stage.
Three University of Sydney authors have been awarded Prime Minister's Literary Awards across a number of categories for 2016.
The United States Studies Centre event was held at Manning Bar from 11am.
What will a Trump presidency mean for the Australian-US alliance? Professor James Curran charts the recent history of ANZUS relations and looks ahead to a new dynamic under a new American President.
The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, Sydney Theatre Company and Barnardos Australia were among the contributors to a forward-looking forum on research collaboration.
The NSW Transport Minister wants to do away with timetables and trial on-demand public transport, but there's another solution, writes Associate Professor Pablo Guillen Alvarez.
Is Trump an “ugly American” or just someone who exemplifies the world around us? Associate Professor Brendon O'Connor, an expert in American politics, writes.
Australian-first research has identified a disaster hotspot where many disadvantaged communities are located, indicating socio-economic status can determine whether hazards become disasters - but urban areas are not immune.
Summer is on the horizon and with it comes concern about sun exposure, heat related-illness and the increased risk of bushfires. Our experts provide recommendations for a healthy and safe summer.
Children born following planned births before 39 weeks have a heightened risk of poor child development at school age, University of Sydney research shows.