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08 November 2021

Study pinpoints molecular targets of transplant rejection

Researchers from the University of Sydney and Monash University have made a significant discovery that uncovers what is happening at the molecular level when an organ transplant is recognised as foreign by the immune system.
08 November 2021

Youth mental health issues need personalised care: research

Two-thirds of young people with emerging mental disorders who attended primary care-based early intervention services remained poor or deteriorated over two years of care, researchers have found.
08 November 2021

Refugee workers: the untapped talent pool helping corporates thrive

As Australia works towards COVID-19 recovery and open borders, a new guide for employers wanting to tap into the refugee recruitment pool has been launched by the University of Sydney Business School and the Crescent Foundation.
08 November 2021

How much are Australians planning domestic and international trips?

Nearly half the Australian population are planning at least one domestic trip to visit family and friends in the next year, according to a new survey by the University of Sydney Business School.
08 November 2021

From Downton Abbey to Down Under

An ancient funerary figurine whose well-travelled history includes links to Tutankhamun and the set of Downton Abbey has been donated to the University's Chau Chak Wing Museum.