The University of Sydney has gained two out of three Australian L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science fellowships, with two young veterinary science researchers achieving the accolade just one week after the University led the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science.
Strength training showed benefits for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment.
Researchers from the University of Sydney and the University of California, Davis, are collaborating on a project to reduce the risk of food poisoning outbreaks associated with raw produce.
As part of the University of Sydney’s Innovation Week four of our researchers imagine our world in 25 years time. Here Professor Ariadne Vromen, from the Department of Government and International Relations, shares her vision.
Twenty University of Sydney students from business, design, engineering and science disciplines have participated in a pilot program to foster future innovators.
The University of Sydney has four finalists in the annual Australian Financial Review higher education awards, which celebrate excellence in the sector.
University of Sydney researchers have received more than $2.6m to investigate the prevention and management of smoking-induced chronic lung diseases.
Olympic rowers contribute to wins in the Australian Boat Race as the University of Sydney men’s and University of Melbourne women’s crews dominate, with results matching the past two years of the competition.
University of Sydney graduate Thomas Williamson (BEc '13) will explore new ways to help smallholder coffee farmers in sub-Saharan Africa boost their economic ties to Australia as winner of the 2017 NSW Rhodes Scholarship.
From using video games to battle diseases, to building robots to improve food security, at the University of Sydney we’ve always pushed the boundaries of research and education to take on some of society’s biggest challenges.
A $14.5m Australian Research Council legumes hub was launched today at the University of Sydney to improve the sustainability of Australia's produce as plant-based protein sources are set to spike.
Less than one in ten Australians eats the recommended amount of vegetables and that could be because – with the exception of vegetables such as carrots and spinach – there is a lack of understanding about specific benefits. Research suggests we could get closer to the standard of five serves a day through labelling.
Up to 30 tertiary musicians from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music will head west on a three-day road tour of the Blue Mountains, Bathurst and Orange to bring the music of Handel, Vivaldi and Bach and other classical music greats to regional New South Wales next week.
Four members of the University community have been shortlisted across a number of catagories in the Prime Minister's Literary Awards for 2016.
A new maternity services plan for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in rural and remote communities is urgently required, a report has found.
Sydney Medical School is ranked number one in Australia and 17 globally in the QS World University Rankings, but that’s not the only reason why students from all over the world come here to study medicine.
Can poo transplants be effective in treating certain types of infections? When and how, should we try to manipulate microorganisms, collectively known as microbiome? Experts from the Charles Perkins Centre investigate.
Take advantage of the scholarships options available to students at Sydney across a variety of disciplines.
Vaccination is a health topic that can polarise a community with extreme positions on either side of the debate. Groups that adamantly support general vaccination and those who vehemently oppose any government mandate to make it compulsory.