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10 August 2016

Australia launching into space again

Ahead of its launch from the International Space Station, the University of Sydney and collaborators celebrate the shipment of the INSPIRE-2 cube-sized satellite overseas.

10 August 2016

Draft plan to bring SCA onto main campus

The University has released a draft change proposal that aims to fulfill a vision to bring SCA into the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) to Camperdown/Darlington campus.

09 August 2016

Sydney's Chloe Dalton wins gold with Sevens team in Rio

Sydney student Chloe Dalton has spectacularly produced the first medal from among the representatives of the University community competing in Rio.

08 August 2016

University of Sydney wins five Premier’s Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research

Five University of Sydney scholars have won 2016 Premier's Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research. 

08 August 2016

New major student exchange agreement struck with the University of Copenhagen

In June, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Registrar) Tyrone Carlin signed a super partnership agreement with the University of Copenhagen to allow up to 50 students to go on exchange programs each year.

08 August 2016

UCLA and Washington to compete against Sydney University Lions

The University of Sydney will become the first university in Australia to face-off against an elite US college program when the Sydney University Lions take on the Washington Huskies basketball side this Monday 8 August.

08 August 2016

The hidden curriculum in surgery says it’s not for women

Women remain under-represented in surgery writes Renae Ryan, Kirsten Black and Victoria Cook.

05 August 2016

University of Sydney researchers create game-based app to prevent heart attacks

A fun, convenient and independent approach to prevention. 

05 August 2016

Dubious marketing of stem cell therapies revealed

Advanced economy nations led by Ireland, Singapore, Australia, Germany and the United States have the highest per capita number of clinics engaging in direct-to-consumer marketing of stem cell therapies, according to the world's largest-ever study of such clinics.

04 August 2016

Fifteen nations placed on genocide watchlist

The chief investigator of the University's Atrocity Forecasting Project has urged 'intensive monitoring' of nations facing significant risk of genocide.