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29 March 2018

Mosquito saliva vital to the discovery of future drugs

By mimicking the anti-clotting properties of the proteins in a mosquito's saliva, scientists could develop new drugs to treat conditions like deep vein thrombosis or stroke, according to new University of Sydney research.
29 March 2018

University signs MOU with Tech Mahindra

The University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Tech Mahindra, a global digital transformation provider, to undertake collaborative research and provide experiential learning opportunities to students.
29 March 2018

Academics awarded $4.6 million to conduct vital cancer research

University of Sydney researchers have been awarded a series of Cancer Council NSW research grants to fund their innovative and pioneering cancer research.
29 March 2018

How one woman transformed the way we study the human body

From a desk surrounded by skeletons, the formidable Mrs Macintosh transformed anatomy studies and research at the University of Sydney. She has inspired scientists and even helped police identify human remains.
28 March 2018

Women's scholarship recipient supports future project leaders

The University of Sydney's John Grill Centre for Project Leadership announced an up-and-coming leader in the resources and mining sector as the recipient of the inaugural Women Leaders in Projects Scholarship.
28 March 2018

Kids' eating impacted by mums' diet and socio economic factors

New research shows toddler diets mirror their mums, and children of low income, younger and migrant mothers are developing poor dietary habits.
28 March 2018

Penelope Seidler’s gift to architecture

The distinguished architect Penelope Seidler AM is funding a Visiting Professor in Architectural History at the University of Sydney.
27 March 2018

Head first: sports brain bank launched

Six former pro-footballers have pledged their brains to the new Australian Sports Brain Bank launched today at the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre.
27 March 2018

Education brings a new future to 25 million children in Pakistan

An estimated 25 million children in Pakistan don't go to school. To change this, Lila Ram works to promote more enlightened teaching methods, equal educational opportunity and the love of learning.
27 March 2018

University of Sydney and NTU Singapore engineers join forces

Engineers from the University of Sydney and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) are collaborating on research in diverse areas ranging from artificial intelligence (AI) and food technology to clean energy and waste management.