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05 September 2018

Cannabis As Medicine Survey CAMS:18 launches

The University of Sydney is launching CAMS:18 - an online survey for people who have used medicinal cannabis in the past 12 months. This survey will provide an 'after' snapshot since legislative changes in 2016.
05 September 2018

How the Philosopher and the Wolf inspired new self-reliance

Alumna, Stephanie Fynn (MIDEA '14), creates sensory worlds for people with disabilities. Here she explains how Mark Rolands' The Philosopher and the Wolf made her think differently about her approach to what she does.
05 September 2018

We need to talk about sexuality after stroke

Stroke survivors and their partners are not adequately supported to deal with changes to their relationships, self-identity, gender roles and intimacy following stroke, according to new research.
04 September 2018

7 steps to success and what's holding women back: study

From the 'maternal wall' to the 'boys' club' and beyond the glass ceiling, a group of geoscientists has taken the microscope to their backyard. The results are revealing.
04 September 2018

Olympians to celebrate 10 years of the Australian Boat Race

Several Olympic rowers will take up oars for the University of Sydney and University of Melbourne on Sunday 14 October, marking the 10th year of the historic Australian Boat Race.
04 September 2018

Sydney Conservatorium of Music to hold national auditions for 2019

The nation's premier tertiary music institution, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, invites the country's finest musicians, researchers, educators, composers and conductors to apply for its 2019 programs.
04 September 2018

Does the sea level or the sun drive volcanic seafloor topography?

Computer modelling shows climate- and sea-level cycles are not responsible for the 'hills' and 'valleys' at the bottom of the sea - a hypothesis that would have mapped a path to uncovering Earth's climate history.
03 September 2018

University welcomes Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver

The University of Sydney today announced Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver AM has been appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Strategy and Services and will commence the position on 15 October 2018.
03 September 2018

New centre to reverse lost decade of poor health in teen years

Adolescents are often invisible, unwelcome and misunderstood by health services, but a new research centre launched today aims to change the way they plan and respond to young people.