14 April 2020

Estuaries are warming at twice the rate of oceans and atmosphere

Data taken over 12 years from rivers, lakes, lagoons and creeks along the entire coast of New South Wales show an increase in temperature and acidity, raising concerns for biodiversity and aquaculture.
14 April 2020

Climate change and the collapse of Angkor Wat

Built using a thousand elephants and 300,000 labourers, the opulent temple city of Angkor has been near-deserted for centuries, yet its grandeur and mystery now attract a million visitors each year. The question is, why was it deserted at all? An answer is finally emerging.
14 April 2020

Remembering the Anzacs from home

Anzac Day services have been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, but April 25 is still the perfect time to learn and reflect and even enjoy a special live-streamed carillon performance.
14 April 2020

Synthetic material could help heal injured tendons and ligaments

University of Sydney biomedical engineers have collaborated with Columbia University and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg to develop a synthetic material to assist in the regeneration of injured tendons and ligaments.
14 April 2020

US COVID-19 deaths "poorly predicted" by IHME model

An international group of data scientists led by the University of Sydney's Centre for Translational Data Science has found that over 70 percent of US states had death rates that were inconsistent with IHME predictions.