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29 October 2021

Sydney maintains strong engineering and computer science reputation

The University of Sydney continues its strong global performance in the areas of engineering and computer science following the latest rankings announced by the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings and US News Best Global Universities.

29 October 2021

The bionic eye that could help blind people navigate the world

For people with impaired eyesight or no sight at all, the world is an enormous obstacle course. Professor Gregg Suaning is pushing vision capture and nerve stimulation technologies beyond their limits to help clear a path.
29 October 2021

8 student-backed study tips to help you tackle the HSC

Our students have been through their fair share of exams and learned a lot of great study tactics along the way. Here they share their top study tips to survive and thrive during exam time.
28 October 2021

Artist Sarah Goffman responds to the Chau Chak Wing Museum

A new exhibition at the Chau Chak Wing Museum uses recycled materials in its thoughtful, playful interaction with the collection.
28 October 2021

Workplaces can do better to support women following miscarriage: study

A new study led by the University of Sydney has found 68 percent of women who returned to work following a miscarriage reported receiving no support or negative support from their HR departments.
28 October 2021

Seven women poets shortlisted for Australia's richest poetry prize

The 2021 judges reviewed 309 unpublished manuscripts by Australian women poets to determine a shortlist of seven stunning entries. The winner of the $40,000 prize will be announced at a ceremony on 12 November.

28 October 2021

Adolescent health in the Pacific

A new collaboration between researchers at the Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney and the University of New Caledonia is looking at the health and wellbeing of 1.5 million adolescents across the Pacific.

28 October 2021

Heart Foundation invests in heart disease research

The Heart Foundation has invested $13.9 million in heart disease research including six Charles Perkins Centre members who have been awarded funding for seven research collaborations.

28 October 2021

Culling low-value care will cut healthcare's carbon emissions

Researchers are calling for a change in the model of clinical care in Australia to help lower carbon emission levels. One way is cutting down on unnecessary laboratory tests.
28 October 2021

SEI’s inaugural collaborative research fellows announced for 2022

The first round of SEI’s Collaborative Research Fellowships have been awarded to three outstanding research duos, for projects contemplating young persons’ mental health and climate distress, governance for renewable energy transitions in the Pacific, and the internal validity of metrics in carbon accounting.
27 October 2021

What should we make of COP26?

What must world leaders do to secure the future of humanity? University of Sydney experts suggest the existential threat of climate change won't be solved by targets of 'net zero by 2050' - much more must be done.
27 October 2021

Top tips from the Sydney Abroad Fair

From global destinations to current applications, the annual Sydney Abroad Fair explores it all. Here are the top tips and Q&As ahead of the 2023 Sydney Abroad Fair.
27 October 2021

New research shows how hard it is for 'flying grannies' to care for their Australian grandkids

A new study shows how migrant families struggle to get the childcare they need and how an easier visa system would help, write Myra Hamilton, Elizabeth Hill and Angela Kintominas.
27 October 2021

University continues to excel in US News rankings

University continues its strong position in prestigious American rankings which rank 1,750 institutions on academic research and reputation.
27 October 2021

5 reasons to study the Master of Management (CEMS)

The Master of Management (CEMS) will provide you with the managerial skills and international experience you will need to pursue a global business career.
26 October 2021

Supporting Sciences Po students' study

Did you know scholarships, like equity and study overseas scholarships, can help you get that international experience?
26 October 2021

World-renowned neuroscientist receives prestigious award

Distinguished neuroscientist and research neuropathologist, Professor Glenda Halliday, has been recognised and awarded for her leading research and profound contribution to the treatment of Parkinson's disease.

26 October 2021

Understanding the Diverse Meanings and Practices of Environmental Justice

The contours of the contemporary environmental justice movement are being mapped as part of an exciting ARC-funded project. Here, Research Assistants Hannah Della Bosca and Oli Moraes describe the purpose of the project and how its research methodology has been designed to capture the nuances of environmental justice today.
25 October 2021

More than light detectors: the magic of your eyes' pupils

Around a decade ago, groundbreaking research found that pupils don't only detect light. Now, a new Nature Communications study finds they can perceive the amount of objects in a person's field of vision.
22 October 2021

What you need to know about women's economic abuse

Economic abuse cuts across cultural, age and socio-economic boundaries. But Australia still has a long way to go in understanding the complexity and depth of the problem, particularly for women.