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28 June 2022

Colonising sea urchins can withstand hot, acidic seas

Marine biologists have found that black sea urchins in the Mediterranean Sea are remarkably tolerant of warm, acidic water. As a colonising species, the urchins' adaptability could lead to an ecological disaster in our climate change-impacted seas.
27 June 2022

University to drive NSW's semiconductor capability

The Semiconductor Sector Service Bureau (S3B) brings together leading experts from the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, CSIRO and the Australian National Fabrication Facility.
27 June 2022

UN Women Australia MBA scholarship recipient drives change

From Zimbabwe to regional New South Wales, 2022 UN Women Australia MBA scholarship recipient Laurena Basutu has seen firsthand how people and access can break down barriers and tackle inequality.

22 June 2022

Sentient Paper exhibition celebrates artistry and innovation

The Chau Chak Wing Museum celebrates the dynamism and history of paper in a new exhibition that explores technology, ideology and artistry.
22 June 2022

Dr Michael Green and Kirsten Andrews join USSC Board

Renowned Indo-Pacific expert Dr Michael Green, CEO of the United States Studies Centre (USSC), and Kirsten Andrews, Vice-Principal (External Relations), have recently been appointed to the USSC's Board of Directors.
22 June 2022

Sydney Policy Lab Director announced

The University of Sydney has appointed Dr Kate Harrison Brennan Director of Sydney Policy Lab, a multidisciplinary research initiative that fosters unique collaborations with people from different backgrounds to generate new knowledge and solutions.
22 June 2022

University community recognised with Queen's Birthday Honours

The University of Sydney congratulates our impressive alumni and staff who have been acknowledged in the Queen's Birthday 2022 Honours List.

22 June 2022

Can two worlds bleed? How live action role-play affects your life

New research from the Business School has found people can experience traces of extraordinary events bleeding into their daily life. This is common for people who engage in live action role-playing games.

22 June 2022

How we're addressing modern slavery

The University of Sydney has released its second Modern Slavery Statement as required under the Modern Slavery Act - outlining our commitment to human rights, strategy to address modern slavery and drive collaboration to make change, and actions taken to date.
22 June 2022

The secret of cells could be in their yo-yo-like tendencies

Biomedical engineer and physicist Dr Martinez-Martin has conducted new research that sheds light on the once-secretive growth behaviour of cells.