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10 September 2015

Former NSW premier to provide unique Sydney welcome

Prominent members of the University of Sydney’s alumni community are opening their doors to newly arrived international and regional students as part of the Welcome to Sydney program.

09 September 2015

Robotic bartender to shake up design

University of Sydney architecture and design students, researchers and staff will showcase the potential of robots and digital fabrication in a new exhibition.

09 September 2015

SCA's new film masterclass

Sydney College of the Arts has announced a weekend film masterclass program that will run for the first time with the 2015 Sydney Underground Film Festival.

09 September 2015

Citizens of the world

The shameless behaviour of governments extends well beyond the front lines from where desperate refugees are fleeing for their lives, writes Professor John Keane.

09 September 2015

Authors recognised at NSW Premier’s History Awards

Two University of Sydney academics, Professor Warwick Anderson and Emeritus Professor Alan Atkinson, have been recognised at this year's NSW Premier's History Awards.

08 September 2015

Superman dreams come true

Xiaopeng Wang, PhD research candidate at the University of Sydney’s School of Electrical and Information Engineering is close to realising his dream of being like Superman, having X-ray vision and saving peoples’ lives.

08 September 2015

Shifting sentiment may provide legal cover for Syria attacks

Syria has not attacked Australia or Iraq, so there is no right of self-defence, writes Professor Ben Saul.

08 September 2015

Punishing the children of vaccine refusers is a step too far

Harsh sanctions against the anti-vaccination lobby could risk reinvigorating it, argues Associate Professor Julie Leask.

04 September 2015

Hacking the body: the DIYbio movement

The emerging area of DIYbio bears a striking resemblance to the tech start-up boom. 

04 September 2015

Donors pave the way for students and research

Yesterday, more than 1000 donors helped raise $3.6 million for students and research as the University held its 24-hour fundraising challenge, Pave the Way.