Australians are consuming less added sugars and drinking less sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) than they were two decades ago, but this is not translating to smaller waistlines, a new study led by the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre suggests.
Creativity, critical reflection, collaboration and communication will be vital in a future where half of all jobs may be displaced by technology, writes Professor Michael Anderson in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Experts are warning that moves to deregulate America's drug approval process could see a flood of unproven and even harmful new drugs enter the market that could threaten human health.
The federal government has granted a group of leading industry and research organisations known as the iMOVE Co-operative Research Centre (CRC), $55 million over ten years to explore intelligent transport systems.
International Women's Day provides the platform for celebration, reflection, direction and action.
Teaching and research excellence recognised in QS Subject Rankings, with University of Sydney ranked first in the world for sports-related subjects comprising physical therapy, sports therapy and rehabilitation.
Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Sydney retains the number one spot in Australia for the second year and moves up two places to 15th globally, following the release of 2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
The University of Sydney's medicine, anatomy and sports-related disciplines have been ranked number one in Australia and inside the top 20 worldwide.
In celebrating International Women's Day we collect some of the amazing stories and achievements of our students, researchers and staff.
Ranked first in the world for sports-related subjects and best in Australia for medicine, architecture, veterinary sciences, anatomy and physiology, English language and literature.