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14 September 2015

Chinese investment in residential real estate just two percent

Chinese investment is often blamed for driving up house prices, but research by Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li suggests otherwise.

14 September 2015

Panel set to stir raw milk debate

A panel of experts will weigh the risks against the potential rewards of non-pasteurised milk at a free Sydney Environment Institute event, 'Risky Milk, Risky Cheese', at the University of Sydney this Wednesday.

14 September 2015

Dramatic rise in ranking for Business School

University of Sydney Business School jumps eight places in highly respected global rankings by the UK's Financial Times.

14 September 2015

Demands of acting hurting mental health

Actors experience significantly higher levels of depression, anxiety and stress than the general population, University of Sydney research shows.

11 September 2015

I smell a rat!

A new strategy developed by our researchers that uses odours to confuse predators could help save New Zealand's native species. 

11 September 2015

How new technologies are shaking up health care

Information technology's ability to collapse time and space will increasingly alter how health care is accessed and delivered, argues Professor Tim Usherwood.

11 September 2015

Global Executive MBA tops AFR BOSS rankings

The University of Sydney Business School’s Global Executive MBA has again been ranked the nation’s leading executive education program by the Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine.

11 September 2015

Surgeons take a scalpel to their own toxic culture

Privilege is often invisible to those who have it, writes University of Sydney academic Dr Kimberley Ivory.

10 September 2015

Top grants awarded for diabetes research

Two researchers have been awarded grants totalling $4.5 million to further their work into type 1 diabetes.

10 September 2015

Hero's lost letter bids final farewell

While researching her great uncle, alumnus Captain Thomas Cotgrave Hewitt (BA 1904), Janette Mayne discovered his final letter from the Western Front on the University's website, Beyond 1914.