New research into the human gut and its trillions of inhabitants could undo some of the confusion around healthy eating and address a surprising range of the modern world's most difficult medical conditions.
University of Sydney researchers discuss how we can protect and promote health in the face of climate change.
Economists studied a dataset which follows 4,000 households to understand how household indebtedness changed between 2002 and 2014.
Music brings together two ancient Indigenous cultures from Australia and China in a rare concert at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Every year the Alumni Awards event is held in the historic Great Hall to honour outstanding recent graduates and more established alumni who have been leaders and innovators in their work in Australia and internationally.
Harvard names a University of Sydney expert Chair in Australian Studies for a third consecutive year.
Analysis of snakes’ sexual activity in the four months out of hibernation has confirmed that males' physiologically expensive approach to reproduction causes them to die earlier and in worse condition than females.
Employer groups are calling for a cut in real wages for low paid workers, but this would only exacerbate current problems, writes Professor John Buchanan from the University of Sydney Business School.
Depression, anxiety and mental illness is a battle for many Australians every day. Read about our research into the positive mental health effects of diet, mindfulness, and pet ownership.
Researchers are seeking adults who've been treated for depression to join a global investigation of the genetic origins of an illness affecting one in seven Australians.