Twelve food manufacturers and biotech industry representatives are meeting today at the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre to discuss ways of increasing innovation in their industries.
Australia's coastline may be vulnerable to rare landslides with potentially disastrous consequences, according to ongoing research by the University of Sydney.
More than 30 reports and inquiries into mental health between 2006 and 2012 found that Australia's mental health system is in crisis, writes Sebastian Rosenberg.
A curriculum that challenges whiteness will help schools and universities to eradicate discrimination, encourage intercultural respect and combat violent extremism, writes Omid Tofighian.
By accepting the common mantra that law-abiding, licensed firearm owners are not the problem, many have chased popular fears such as mental illness and violent video games.
More research needed to establish the case for routine use of laparoscopic surgery for rectal cancer.
As North Korea prepares to mark the 70th anniversary of its ruling Korean Workers' Party on 10 October, a University of Sydney PhD student believes the state is maintaining strength from an unlikely source: its children.
A group of 50 promising Year 11 students from disadvantaged communities across NSW, including 20 students from Dubbo Senior College, embarked on a school holiday journey to the University of Sydney this week.
Dr Jak McCarroll from the School of Geosciences offers five pointers for swimmers this summer.
In the latest Australian Book Review, Professor David Schlosberg explains how the Abbott government's attack on renewables undermined its very work.