We might have a reputation for fair and free elections, but how well do Australian elections fare when compared to other countries? Professor Rodney Smith and Dr Ferran Martinez i Coma explain.
The University of Sydney will celebrate the ideas, leadership and dedication of our diverse community when we recognise the work of an artist, a scientist, a musician, an anaesthetist, a physiotherapist and an entrepreneur at our Alumni Awards this month.
Australia should do more to prevent diabetes and provide better care for those living with the disease, according to an author of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) first global diabetes report.
Development of a technology that will enable community members, especially in remote areas, to easily detect and measure environmental chemicals has won Dr Elizabeth New a prestigious research fellowship.
Master of Media Practice graduate Sarah Ayoub is a journalist-turned-novelist whose high school stories are connecting with young Australians.
Amid growing concerns surrounding the potential environmental impacts of massive data centres, Duncan Moss, has been invited to undertake a yearlong research internship with multinational technology company, Intel.
Australian fans of purebred dogs now favour small, brachycephalic breeds – with shorter and wider heads – which are more susceptible to a number of health problems.
Hospital-based nurses have high levels of contact with pharmaceutical and medical device sales people but receive little guidance about managing purchasing decisions, a new study in Annals of Internal Medicine reveals.
If states controlled more of their school funding, competition could lead to innovation where the best ideas are adopted nationwide, writes Professor Anne Twomey.
Sydney’s iconic Opera House has embarked on a concrete conservation project that will keep the grand diva of construction looking its best for future artists, audiences and visitors.