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19 May 2022

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17 May 2022

Major parties need to work harder to support women and families: Scorecard

The election promises of both major parties fall short of giving families the support they need to balance the demands of work and care, according to a new scorecard developed by 31 academics at 18 Australian universities.
16 May 2022

On the plus side: the vision for Hong Kong's newest museum

A love for contemporary art led alumna Suhanya Raffel to an internship at Britain's top museum. Now her vision for a global museum in Hong Kong is becoming a reality.

13 May 2022

University of Sydney researchers awarded REDI Industry Fellowships

Three University of Sydney researchers have been awarded an industry fellowship to help translate medical research for industry, from innovative imaging technologies, to how artificial intelligence can help identify diseases.
11 May 2022

University of Sydney statement about industrial action on campus

On Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May, some National Tertiary Education (NTEU) members will be participating in a 48-hour strike.
11 May 2022

Partnership to develop 'variant-proof' COVID-19 vaccine

The University of Sydney is a lead partner in an international consortium awarded up to US$19.3 million by The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations to support the development of a 'variant-proof' SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidate.
10 May 2022

Should I be updating my COVID vaccination now?

COVID vaccination recommendations evolve over time. Who is due for which dose now?
10 May 2022

First Nations poet Evelyn Araluen wins prestigious prize

Evelyn Araluen, 29, is the youngest winner of the 2022 Stella Prize for women and non-binary writers, and the first poet to win the Australian literary award worth $60,000 for her book of poetry Dropbear.
10 May 2022

First comprehensive study reveals why Australians take medicinal cannabis

Of the 248,000 scripts approved for Australians since the inception of the national medicinal cannabis scheme in 2016, many related to conditions for which the drug has limited evidence of efficacy, a new University of Sydney study shows.
10 May 2022

Branding for tech companies: how to avoid common pitfalls

The University of Sydney Business School and Hotwire Australia partner to explore the fundamental role of brand in Australia's digital economy.