The University of Sydney is seeking non-dog owners for a world-first study examining how living with man's best friend can influence human health.
The solution to the global explosion in feral animal populations such as foxes, coyotes and even cats could lie in the reintroduction of apex predators like dingoes, supported by nature corridors, research shows.
Research led by the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre has found a protein abnormality linked to brain cell loss in people with Parkinson's disease that is also present in some inherited forms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
The University of Sydney officially launched more than 100 applied medical science projects at the Westmead precinct and an applied medical sciences major, a new study option taught entirely at Westmead, commencing in 2018.
Three University of Sydney academics are among 21 leading scientists to be elected to the Australian Academy of Science this year.
The University of Sydney is ranked number one in Australia and 29 in the world in terms of research impact, according to the 2017 CWTS Leiden Rankings.
Roadkill is the biggest threat to the survival of Tasmanian devils after facial tumours and now a study by an international collaboration of experts has found a correlation between death by car strikes and time in captivity.
Despite centrist Emmanuel Macron's victory in the French presidential election, Professor Pippa Norris, writing for the Washington Post, explains it's too early to herald the demise of populism.
From the clothes flaunted on campus in decades past, to some of our recent fashion connections, we take a look at the good, the bad and the ‘oh my’ of University of Sydney fashion.
A study of almost 900 Sydneysiders about their perception of foreign investors in real estate finds a deep-seated fear that property is being bought and house prices driven by foreign, particularly Chinese, investment.