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24 November 2020

David Anstice continues support for Sydney, funding MBA scholarships

Eight years after establishing a scholarship for students in the MBA program, David Anstice has generously extended scholarships for emerging leaders from the not-for-profit sector for a further five years.
24 November 2020

There aren't plenty more fish in the sea

The earliest known aquaculture sites were created more than 6000 years ago by Australian Aboriginals to grow eels. About five thousand years later, the Chinese began farming carp. Today aquaculture is the fastest growing, food-related primary industry in the world. And we need it to be.
24 November 2020

Areas where the next pandemic could emerge are revealed

An international team of human- and animal-health experts has incorporated environmental, social and economic considerations - including air transit centrality - to identify key areas at risk of leading to the next pandemic.

23 November 2020

Inaugural China Gallery show examines culture of auspiciousness

Auspicious: Motifs in Chinese Art at the China Gallery runs until November 2021.
23 November 2020

Sydney to undertake clinical studies of needle-free vaccine patch

University of Sydney researchers have been awarded $1.12 million in funding to undertake independent clinical research studies into needle-free vaccine delivery for at-risk groups.
20 November 2020

University wins coveted space award

The Australian Space Awards showcases the best and brightest in Australia's space industry.
20 November 2020

Vice-Chancellor awarded CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award

The Vice-Chancellor has been recognised with a leadership award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
20 November 2020

Sydney has the most influential academics in Australia

Two academic rankings lists published recently cement the University of Sydney's position as a world leader in research.
20 November 2020

Fast weight loss and healthy lifestyle provides diabetes hope

A new global study combining fast weight loss, healthy eating and physical activity has been more successful than any previous diabetes prevention study.
20 November 2020

The untapped potential of soil carbon

For National Agriculture Day this year we are highlighting the work of our world-class soil scientists who are rethinking how the Earth's skin - our living soil - can be used in the fight to control climate change.