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28 July 2017

Learning on country at Garma Youth Forum

Young people from across Australia will take part in activities run by the University of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music, Sydney College of the Arts, Faculty of Science and Sydney University Law Society students in Arnhem Land.

28 July 2017

What fly guts could reveal about our health

New evidence reveals the gut bacteria composition of the common fruit fly affects consumption as well as reproductive behaviour - with potential implications for human health.

28 July 2017

Four Sydney finalists announced in Eureka science awards

The University of Sydney boasts four hopefuls to take out the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, each displaying leadership and innovation in their notable efforts to lead critical advances in Australian science.

27 July 2017

Vale Mr G Yunupingu, Doctor of Music (Honoris Causa)

The University of Sydney is deeply saddened by the recent passing of one of Australia’s much-loved and admired musicians, Mr G Yunupingu, whose extraordinary voice connected with people across the world.

27 July 2017

5 cool innovations happening at Sydney

As Innovation Week approaches, we take a look at the projects that some of our most creative minds are working on.

26 July 2017

Constitution catches MPs unaware of foreign citizenship

Professor Helen Irving explains how courts have considered a section of the Constitution, which has yielded resignations by MPs with dual citizenship.

26 July 2017

Explainer: On the origins of environmental bullshit

Post-truth is not anything new, but just more of the same, writes Professor David Schlosberg. So where did the propagation of lies and the dismissal of climate science begin? 

26 July 2017

Driving innovation in western Sydney

The University of Sydney – as part of the Westmead health, education and research precinct – has partnered with Sydney Science Park to make western Sydney one of Australia’s largest knowledge hubs.

26 July 2017

University supports first Digital Technologies curriculum

The University of Sydney is excited to announce today its leading role in supporting schools to implement Australia's Digital Technologies curriculum.

25 July 2017

7 reasons to get excited about the future of quantum computing

Computers have revolutionised the way we work, play and communicate - and just as they changed the world we live in, so will quantum computers (but perhaps even more so).