Professor Andrew McLachlan questions whether Van Gogh suffered from digitalis toxicity.
A breakthrough by Australian researchers could make infra-red technology easy to use and cheap, potentially saving millions of dollars in defence and other areas using sensing devices.
The Charles Perkins Centre at Westmead places researchers who are tackling the most critical health problems facing Western Sydney close to the populations affected.
Physicists from the new Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology answered hundreds of questions about nanoscience.
Walking challenges are not getting inactive people to become active writes Dr Lina Engelen.
Mental health experts want federal election candidates to support suicide prevention trials in regional Australia after releasing a report revealing suicide rates exceeded road fatalities in 28 electorates audited between 2009 and 2012.
A United Nations report edited by the University of Sydney’s UNESCO Chair in Marine Science offers a glimmer of hope to those managing the impact of bleaching on the world’s coral reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef.
New research from University of Sydney challenges how premature births are managed
First editions of works by Handel and Mozart and recordings of traditional Indigenous music-making are among a varied and intriguing exhibition of 18th and 19th century European music printing and Australian materials at the University of Sydney’s Fisher Library.
At any given point in time our students are finding ways to let their creative energy run free.