30 April 2021

Dogs are good for us, and for our cities

Dogs are good for us, and good for our cities. However research from the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning shows that in Australian cities experiencing an increase in apartment living, dogs are being left behind. A webinar explores how we can ensure our cities remain pet friendly.
30 April 2021

University of Sydney stands with our Indian community

Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney, Professor Stephen Garton, said he is incredibly saddened by the worsening COVID-19 situation in India.
30 April 2021

Public transport return will be slow: new survey

Over 20 percent of Australians will not return to public transport until they or their close household members have been vaccinated for COVID-19, according to a new survey by the University of Sydney Business School.
29 April 2021

Homecoming for some of our greatest jazz exports

The Sydney Con Jazz Festival offers the best of jazz from Australia and the rest of the world. All five of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music's world-class concert halls and facilities will be on show allowing audiences to wander between acts and experience performances by over 120 artists.
29 April 2021

University launches Digital Sciences Initiative

The Initiative will focus on four key research missions: digital health imaging, digital agriculture, data-centric engineering and defence.
29 April 2021

Business School continues to benchmark among world's best

The University of Sydney Business School has consolidated its position among the world's leading providers of business education with EQUIS re-accreditation for five years.
28 April 2021

Gun ownership figures revealed 25 years on from Port Arthur massacre

Australia's response to the Port Arthur massacre should be looked at by the United States as an example, Sydney experts say, while warning against complacency as new figures show people who own guns have bought more.

26 April 2021

Global call to action to tackle world's leading cause of death

A team of Australian drug researchers from the University of Sydney, Monash University and La Trobe University have led a global call to action to accelerate new approaches for cardiovascular disease drug solutions.
26 April 2021

David Anstice awarded honorary doctorate

The University of Sydney has awarded an honorary doctorate to David Anstice AO in recognition of his outstanding contribution to business, education and the wider community.
26 April 2021

Hydrogen, renewables, manufacturing: what must happen next

Following international climate talks, Sydney experts from the Faculty of Engineering discuss the future of hydrogen energy, renewables and advanced manufacturing, and the investment that's needed to ensure Australia comes out on top.