A new web game for high school students and teachers is turning the cards on traditional approaches to Shakespeare and three of his best known plays.
Urban ecology PhD candidate Lucy Taylor and Associate Professor Dieter Hochuli discuss the benefits of finding nature in the city.
Prime Minister Turnbull's decision to criticise China on the South China Sea issue, but avoid touching on the human rights issue, can be seen to be in the best interests of Australia, writes Klaus Raditio.
The University of Sydney’s new Chair of Lifespan Oral Health, Professor Jöerg Eberhard plans to establish a world-class research centre to uravel connections between poor oral health and major chronic diseases.
It is time to change the narrative about Muslim women's identities and to stop defining them exclusively by their clothing, writes Professor Sahar Amer.
To mark the 200th anniversary of Charlotte Brontë's birth, two academics explain why the Victorian novelist's works are still relevant today.
The global resurgence in bed bugs over the past two decades could be explained by revelations that some bed bugs are more resistant to commonly used insecticides, according to University of Sydney research published in PLOS ONE.
An ambitious plan to make commercially viable, nanostructured, gel-based batteries to lead the renewable electricity revolution is closer to becoming a reality, with the multimillion-dollar investment by the UK's major utility-scale solar energy company into a pioneering University of Sydney start-up.
The University is making good progress on its goal to reduce the carbon footprint of its listed share portfolio.
Members of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Agriculture and Industry Inquiry into Agricultural Innovation will hear from representatives from the University of Sydney working on projects in agricultural innovation.