Agricultural scientists are working with the Indigenous community, farmers and food processors in Narrabri to understand and share knowledge about the biology and ecology of native food plants, and their agricultural potential.
In celebration of World Chocolate Day, we caught up with Professor David Guest, our favourite chocolate scientist (perhaps that just makes him our favourite scientist) to find out about the state of the food of the gods.
The democratic governance of food and agriculture policy is under threat, writes Dr Alana Mann. So how do we grow food in the post-truth era?
The University of Sydney is hosting 29 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Year 12 students during NAIDOC Week, providing academic support, networking opportunities and workshops on pathways to higher education.
The first intake of students in the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health's scholarship program have graduated at a ceremony held at the Charles Perkins Centre leading up to NAIDOC Week 2017.
Associate Professor Evangelos Pappas discusses new research highlighting the complex relationship between yoga and musculoskeletal pain, the second most common cause of disability worldwide.
What do you do once you’ve completed your science and law degrees? In Henry Bilinsky’s case, you start your own company and win a contract with the US Air Force.
Boosting job opportunities is the key to unlocking doctor shortages in the Central West, says Dr Mark Arnold, head of the University of Sydney's School of Rural Health.
Yoga may not be as 'safe' as first thought, with new research from the Faculty of Health Sciences finding it can cause musculoskeletal pain just like any other exercise.
Dr Rohan Miller and Dr David Oliver from the University of Sydney Business School explain Uber's growing problems and the possibility of Australians discontinuing their use of the popular ride-sharing service.