The latest viral videos of police brutality and racist behaviour illustrate the steady increase in public accountability over recent decades, writes Professor Nick Enfield.
The University of Sydney will premiere videos made by local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students to promote healthy life choices for young people in regional Australia.
NSW will spend $47 million to combat violent extremism in schools, but as Hussain Nadim explains, this approach has its problems.
Drawing on its historic ties with the University of Sydney, the Seymour Centre will launch the Great Ideas Performance Series, a program that marries captivating performances with academic insights.
New knowledge generated by publicly funded research should be quickly and easily accessible to the public, writes Professor Stephen Leeder.
We need to change community attitudes to excessive use of alcohol to prevent fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, argues Professor Elizabeth Elliott.
Published today, the two reports by the BEACH research program of the University of Sydney's Family Medicine Research Centre reveal changing patterns in GP-delivered services as general practice rises to the challenge of complex chronic disease management, particularly in older patients.
International research team finds even localised cancer is associated with sustained cognitive impairment.
We cannot change the horse's gastro-intestinal structure and function, but we can feed horses in ways that promote their health and welfare while still racing them, argues Professor Paul McGreevy.
Genetic analysis into complex traits could improve not only performance but also health and welfare, according to new research.