31 March 2022

Back pain treatments shouldn't neglect the mind: study

The best treatment for chronic low back pain doesn't just focus on the physical but rather combines traditional physiotherapy treatments with those that focus on the mind, according to new research from the University of Sydney.
31 March 2022

Sydney researchers honoured with NHMRC leadership awards

Two University of Sydney researchers have been recognised for their leadership in research at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Research Excellence Awards at a presentation held in Canberra on 30 March.
30 March 2022

Sydney experts respond to 2022 Budget

University of Sydney academics in housing and planning, work and organisational studies, aged care and health respond to the Federal Budget that was delivered last night.

30 March 2022

New public policy institute welcomes Chair

The James Martin Institute for Public Policy, of which the University of Sydney is a founding member, today announced the appointment of its new Chair of the Board.
25 March 2022

Global warming speeds up currents in the ocean's abyss

University of Sydney scientists have used the geological record of the deep sea to discover that past global warming has sped up deep ocean circulation. This is one of the missing links for predicting how future climate change may affect heat and carbon capture by the oceans.
25 March 2022

School strike for climate: why are students still striking?

Dr Blanche Verlie, a climate sociologist says schools are failing to provide students with climate education. So, what do the kids do? To learn about climate action, they're taking to the street.
25 March 2022

Research initiative to inform gender equal future of work

The Gender Equality in Working Life (GEWL) Research Initiative is a multidisciplinary research initiative leveraging research expertise on women's working lives to establish an action-oriented, practical approach to building a gender equal future of work.
24 March 2022

University of Sydney and HammondCare announce partnership

The University of Sydney and leading aged, dementia and palliative care charity HammondCare today announced a formal partnership aimed at shaping the sector through collaboration on research, education and social impact.
24 March 2022

Can music slow the onset of neurodegenerative disease?

A new collaboration between the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music will be launched on 25 March. Together, with support of a generous gift, they are designing a musical intervention to help those at risk of cognitive decline.
23 March 2022

University of Sydney responds to National Student Safety Survey

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney thanked students for their contributions to the National Student Safety Survey and committed to renewed and targeted action to create a safer and more supportive environment.