New global trials have shown the super-fast 'Red Belly Blockchain' can process financial transactions 50 percent faster than first anticipated - outperforming some market leaders including VISA for world-wide payments.
Annie Corlett AM, a prominent figure of the Business School alumni community, has been awarded an honorary fellowship by the University of Sydney.
Donald Trump’s Presidency has signalled a shift to the age of fake news and post-truth. In this conversation, linguist Professor Nick Enfield joins Chris to discuss striving for understanding in language.
The University of Sydney men’s and women’s teams rowed to victory in the Australian Boat Race 2017, with the Women’s Eight finally breaking Melbourne’s eight-year hold on the trophy.
The annual NSW Premier's Prizes for Science and Engineering recognise excellence, and reward leading researchers for cutting-edge work that has benefitted the state.
Walter White taught us how to break bad, but what if scientists and students came together to break good and find a cure for Malaria?
Seven architecture and engineering students have been selected as finalists for the 2017 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation scholarship based on their inventive ideas for ensuring Sydney’s future success as a global city.
Nine scholars from the University of Sydney have been inducted as fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
Which drugs should be used to end life if euthanasia is legalised in Victoria? Dr Betty Chaar and Sami Isaac from the Faculty of Pharmacy explain in The Conversation.
The University of Sydney is the first university in Australia to give students and staff access to a software repository management platform, making it easier for collaborators to develop, test and distribute code.
A group of long-haul Qantas customers, including Frequent Flyers, will take part in an in-flight trial as part of a world first collaboration on health and wellness in the air between the airline and the University of Sydney.
Almost two decades of Australian welfare payment data paints a picture of disadvantage, as researchers find children of parents on benefits are almost twice as likely to receive benefits too by their early 20s.
According to research published today in the BMJ, the current system of categorising a patient's suicide risk isn't effective.
The Electoral Integrity Project's mid-year report compares 260 elections across 161 countries.
A Sydney team was the first in the world to confirm radiowaves from the latest gravitational waves event, resulting from a spectacular neutron star merger that has produced light and radio waves as well as gravitational waves.
Access to food is a basic human right, vital for good health and ultimately for life itself. But how often do you wonder where your next meal is coming from, who's growing it, and whether it's actually good for you?
Food is big business. From paddock to plate and everything in between, Dr Alana Mann discusses the mega industry that is food and how it isn’t free from politics in the latest episode of Open for Discussion.
The Australian Boat Race takes place on the Yarra River in Melbourne on 22 October.
Our past Graduate Medal winners share how these awards helped to turn their passions into a career.
Researchers at the University of Sydney have received almost $23 million from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).