Children born following planned births before 39 weeks have a heightened risk of poor child development at school age, University of Sydney research shows.
Hospital inpatient deaths caused by major trauma have fallen in regional NSW following changes to the state trauma management system, new research shows.
Postgraduate and research students completed a unique pilot program to drive innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration on campus.
PhD student Xanthe Croot from the School of Physics, recently took part in the inaugural, cross-discipinary Inventing the Future program.
Studies show kids born earlier in the family enjoy better wages and education, Dr Marian Vidal-Fernandez and Dr Ana Nuevo-Chiquero explain why.
Neurologist recognised for pioneering research
The University of Sydney Honi Soit Digital Archive is now live, providing easy online access to issues of the student newspaper from 1929 to 1990.
Apple is back in the media thanks to the company's new 'Touch Bar'. It might seem like a simple idea, but it builds on a long history of 'human-computer interaction' research, writes Associate Professor Martin Tomitsch.
Leading roboticist, Professor Salah Sukkarieh, will present his ideas on how robotic technology and digital data will deliver sustainable agriculture and help feed a burgeoning planet at next week's Falling Walls conference in Berlin.
His Majesty King Willem-Alexander and Her Majesty Queen Máxima of The Netherlands visited the University of Sydney this week as part of a state visit to Australia.
Eleven outstanding early career researchers from around the world will join the University of Sydney in 2017 under the University of Sydney Fellowship scheme.
The University’s historic collection of medical pathology specimens – used to teach medical students about crucial aspects of human diseases for generations – will be preserved in perpetuity thanks to a $2 million donation from businessman Len Ainsworth.
A new review into bias in industry-sponsored food research has confirmed researchers know little about the full influence of corporate sponsorship or conflict of interest on the results of nutrition studies.
The low cost hand-held device was designed and developed by a University of Sydney research team to measure the early stages of infant malnutrition.
An online learning program may help cancer patients with chemotherapy-induced neurological problems, new University of Sydney research reveals.
Australians love an underdog story and the Melbourne Cup is no different. But what are the long term effects of constantly linking gambling to winning? Dr Christopher Hunt from the Gambling Treatment Clinic shares his tips.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) today announced University of Sydney researchers would receive $31.4 million for 79 projects in 2017, including 54 Discovery Projects and 13 Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards.
Veterinary physiologist Dr Natasha Hamilton addresses perceived issues with horse racing, using science to demonstrate why the Melbourne Cup is not bad for the animals she is passionate about.
As Australian’s prepare to celebrate the Melbourne Cup, we asked Kirsten Shannon, manager of the University’s Gambling Treatment Clinic, for her top tips on how to gamble responsibly.