The University of Sydney’s first MOOC centred on teaching music in the 21st century launches this month and urges music educators to rethink how technology is used to motivate school students to learn and make music.
Artificial intelligence must be kept under human control or we may become defenceless against its capabilities, warn two University of Sydney machine-learning experts.
NSW Premier Mike Baird has committed $2.85 million to the Institute of Open Adoption Studies at the University of Sydney in partnership with Barnardos Australia.
Representatives from 25 Australian universities have joined together to form the Australian Health Promoting Universities Network, which will see them work collaboratively to create healthier university campuses and communities.
A team spearheaded by Professor Dietmar Müller from the University’s School of Geosciences used high performance computing code to investigate the cause of the uplift which created Mount Kosciuszko and the Australian Alps.
The discourse on Islam as we know it today has been hijacked by Islamist militants, writes Hussain Nadim.
University of Sydney research reveals that retirement can boost positive lifestyle changes
It's time to rethink the way we price the use of our roads if we want true reform to ease congestion, writes Professor David Hensher.
Can we place a dollar figure on the effects of sea level rise? Associate Professor Abbas El-Zein, from the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, will share his research into local climate change adaptation and planning at the Sydney Environment Institute panel, ‘Coastal vulnerability to sea level rise’, on Wednesday 23 March.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s recent warnings that house prices would fall steeply under a Labor government confirm the underlying politics of housing policy in Australia. The default position for politicians is to sound concerned about housing affordability, but do nothing.