Australian researchers have found chromium is partially converted into a carcinogenic form when it enters cells, with increased risk associated with taking the nutritional supplement in high doses or in the long term.
University of Sydney researchers have taught free-ranging goannas to avoid eating poisonous cane toads about to invade their study area – a floodplain in the remote Kimberley wilderness in Western Australia.
A University of Sydney student has been recognised as a global leader in law and policy in this year’s Forbes ‘30 Under 30’ list.
Understanding the body's responses to excess energy intake could give you the edge for a successful New Year's resolution, says Associate Professor Amanda Salis.
Reflecting on the loss of a home in Victoria Professor Mark Adams believes the surrounding forest could be better managed.
A group of astronomers led by the University of Sydney has discovered strong magnetic fields are common in stars, not rare as previously thought, which will dramatically impact our understanding of how stars evolve. The findings could potentially lead to a better understanding of the Sun’s magnetic cycle, which is known to affect communication systems and cloud cover on Earth.
It may be precisely through humour that employees are able to do their work, argues Dr Jane Lê.
When it comes to passing on pathogens it’s not necessarily the fly itself but where it’s come from that matters, says Dr Cameron Webb.
The new framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages in the national curriculum has been released without fanfare, writes Professor Jakelin Troy.
100 year 11 and 12 students are participating in an intensive coding summer course this week at the University of Sydney.