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10 April 2017

Vets to the rescue

Imagine losing your best friend because you could not afford their medical treatment

10 April 2017

New partnership strengthens our European ties

The University of Sydney has secured a partnership agreement with Utrecht University that will deliver up to $200,000 a year for joint research projects.

10 April 2017

Institute of Open Adoption Studies appoints director

Associate Professor Amy Conley Wright now directs the University of Sydney's State Government-funded venture in partnership with Barnardos Australia.

08 April 2017

Researchers use sensors to monitor and treat concussion

University of Sydney researchers have developed an impact sensor being worn by players at Randwick Rugby Union Club to better diagnose and treat head knocks that can cause brain damage and death.

07 April 2017

Students launch successful start-ups

University of Sydney students are emerging as leaders in Australia’s burgeoning start-up industry, aided by on-campus start-up programs like INCUBATE, Sydney Genesis and Sydney Social Innovation Hub. 

07 April 2017

6 things you didn’t know about sugar

Using tactics similar to the tobacco industry, the sugar industry has influenced the research agenda on sugar in order to distract from the harms of its products says Professor Lisa Bero.

07 April 2017

Students employing a degree of skill

Food and Agribusiness students are proving their worth before they receive their qualification - securing jobs, developing real-world skills and making important connections within their chosen industry.
07 April 2017

University community features at Sydney Writers' Festival

More than 40 University of Sydney staff and alumni will join the stellar line-up of guests to speak at this year's Sydney Writers' Festival.

06 April 2017

On my desk: Matthew Todd

Associate Professor Matthew Todd promotes online, open source drug research where anyone can contribute to creating molecules that might one day treat conditions like Ebola and Zika virus. Here, he gives us a tour of his desk.

06 April 2017

My favourite: Shila Ghazanfar

Shila Ghazanfar works in the evolving field of statistical bioinformatics which looks for genetic relationships that might give new insights into diseases like cancer. She loves her work. She also loves a few other things.