NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announces a state government investment of $7.6m to create the Sydney Institute for Community Languages Education (SICLE).
Food security, epigenetics, media ownership and space weather are among the topics that will be investigated as part of a $28 million funding injection to Sydney research from the Australian Research Council (ARC).
A year away from the centenary of the end of World War I, University of Sydney history academics reflect on the Great War's impact on Australia as a young nation and the significant contribution our alumni made to the cause.
Hydrogen-based solar energy storage and biosensing techniques could be dramatically improved after University of Sydney researchers show the validity of theory first proposed in 1931.
University of Sydney researchers offer their expert advice on managing and preventing diabetes, leading up to World Diabetes Day 2017.
A $5 million gift will help Professor Natasha Nassar uncover clues that could give babies a better start in life.
Twenty-one projects have been awarded funding under the University's industry and community engagement seed fund.
The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) and University of Sydney co-hosted the 2017 Asia-Pacific Women in Leadership workshop on 1 - 3 November.
The University of Sydney is one of seven NSW universities who have founded a new network to bolster defence-related research and development activity across the state.
What are the ethical and social aspects of using animals as entertainment for horse racing? Professor Paul McGreevy, and urban geographer, Professor Phil McManus, explore.
The University of Sydney this week announced the appointment of four new Fellows to its governing Senate, as well as the reappointment of two existing fellows.
Research published today in the journal Human Fertility, suggests the money being made from IVF could be subtly changing the advice doctors give, write Dr Wendy Lipworth and Professor Ian Kerridge.
A study of Sydney dog owners has found that an overwhelming 95 percent of people are in favour of dogs riding on public transport, with more than half saying they would do more with their hound if they were allowed.
Three University of Sydney students are among the first to complete a new cross-disciplinary program at the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship.
Movement founders Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi are accepting the 2017 City of Sydney Peace Prize at a ceremony in Sydney's Town Hall.
Quantum computers face roadblocks in development due to qubit instability. With backing from CSIRO and venture capital, Q-Ctrl will develop the firmware to stabilise the quantum revolution.
Professor Dick Hunstead and his wife Penny have used $1.4 million from the sale of their home in Newport to support the next generation of young astrophysicists.
Chickpeas have many positive impacts on farmers, the economy and the environment. With further research these crops could increase Australia's export trade, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and cut farming costs.
A study of changing rainfall and bushfire patterns has found - in addition to a likely decrease in cover of the dominant plant spinifex - feral animals pose a major threat to seed-eating rodents in central Australia.
Australia's national energy crisis is forcing disadvantaged families to make impossible decisions. International experts will gather at the University of Sydney to discuss other challenges to achieving environmental justice.