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20 October 2020

Polycystic ovary syndrome treatment may hinge on diet

Sydney researchers have found diet could be a potential intervention for polycystic ovary syndrome after a mouse study showed promising results.
20 October 2020

Who pays compensation if a COVID-19 vaccine has rare side-effects?

To encourage people to receive COVID-19 vaccines for the benefit of the entire community, we need compensation schemes to be in place if there is a rare but serious side-effect, writes Associate Professor Nicholas Wood.
20 October 2020

Advice for students sitting the HSC

University of Sydney experts offer advice to the class of 2020 sitting their HSC exams this year.
19 October 2020

University students' subject combinations may affect their performance

Many university students enrol in a diverse combination of subjects from various disciplines. A new analysis suggests that outcomes for such students tend to vary, depending on how they perform generally.
19 October 2020

Sydney research could lead to customised cochlear implants

A School of Biomedical Engineering researcher has analysed the accuracy of predictions for cochlear implant outcomes, with a view to further improve their performance in noisy environments.
19 October 2020

Protect Antarctica Now

A team of female scientists, led by Australians, are urgently calling for a Marine Protected Area around the Antarctic Peninsula. One of the most diverse and wildlife-rich areas on the planet, the fate of the Peninsula's waters will be decided by a multinational government group today.
19 October 2020

University technology spin-off Gelion delivers smart solar benches

Safe, inexpensive and scalable: Gelion's new battery technology has been tested and installed on campus and is now ready for the commercial market in industry, agriculture and residential.
16 October 2020

Students blitz global tech competition with plan for small business support post-COVID

A multi-disciplinary team of students from the University of Sydney have taken out second place in the world's largest 'tech-for-good' competition, which had over 400,000 entries.
15 October 2020

A scholarship with the power to change young lives

The future is bright for Sakuni and Emmanuel, the first students to be receive scholarships and bursaries from the Adam Scott Foundation.
15 October 2020

The unique gift of friendship

We can never know when a lifelong friendship has just started or what amazing things that friendship might bring our way.