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10 November 2017

Remembrance Day: A turning point in Australian history

A year away from the centenary of the end of World War I, University of Sydney history academics reflect on the Great War's impact on Australia as a young nation and the significant contribution our alumni made to the cause.

08 November 2017

Tomb-raided quantum theory opens way to improved biosensing

Hydrogen-based solar energy storage and biosensing techniques could be dramatically improved after University of Sydney researchers show the validity of theory first proposed in 1931.

08 November 2017

5 ways to deal with diabetes in women

University of Sydney researchers offer their expert advice on managing and preventing diabetes, leading up to World Diabetes Day 2017.

07 November 2017

New chair appointed for pioneering research into child health

A $5 million gift will help Professor Natasha Nassar uncover clues that could give babies a better start in life.

06 November 2017

Student scholarship opens the door to opportunity

Each year the University of Sydney offers more than $84 million in student scholarships to provide financial freedom and support to our students. For students like Sophie Clark, a scholarship can make all the difference.

06 November 2017

$2.3 million to support industry partnerships for 21 projects

Twenty-one projects have been awarded funding under the University's industry and community engagement seed fund.

06 November 2017

How can we get more gender diversity in university leadership?

The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) and University of Sydney co-hosted the 2017 Asia-Pacific Women in Leadership workshop on 1 - 3 November. 

06 November 2017

University of Sydney joins new network to drive defence research

The University of Sydney is one of seven NSW universities who have founded a new network to bolster defence-related research and development activity across the state.

03 November 2017

The Melbourne Cup needs a social licence

What are the ethical and social aspects of using animals as entertainment for horse racing? Professor Paul McGreevy, and urban geographer, Professor Phil McManus, explore.

03 November 2017

University appoints six alumni to governing body

The University of Sydney this week announced the appointment of four new Fellows to its governing Senate, as well as the reappointment of two existing fellows.