31 May 2023

Race against time to preserve rare Pacific recordings

Language and song archive PARADISEC, led by Dr Amanda Harris and her team at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, celebrates 20 years of safeguarding language and music records for community and researcher access.
30 May 2023

Succession: why I deeply love the music of the hit HBO show

Dr Alison Cole, a leading expert on film scores and lecturer in Composition for Creative Industries at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, unpacks the beauty, humour and grandeur in Nicholas Britell's score for hit TV show Succession.
30 May 2023

Nordic work view sunnier than Australia

Work conditions put Australia behind Nordic countries in Happiness Index. We must learn from them, writes Associate Professor Chris F Wright in the Sydney Morning Herald.
30 May 2023

InsideOut Institute's $8m funding enhances support for eating disorders

The Australian Government has funded the InsideOut Institute's award-winning eClinic and Digital GP Hub which aim to improve outcomes for those living with an eating disorder.
30 May 2023

Facebook fitness and Insta-vitamins

A new study led by researchers from the University of Sydney has found young women's engagement with social media plays a major role in shaping how they think - and act - in relation to their health.
30 May 2023

AI drug discovery will power collaboration with Pharos Therapeutics

Partnership with Pharos will give the Drug Discovery Initiative access to the Pharos Chemiverse platform, with more than 230 million pieces of data to help identify promising compounds.
29 May 2023

How a former refugee is changing lives one classroom at a time

While other children went to school, Noor Azizah trekked through the Southeast Asian jungle to escape a life of discrimination. Now she gives young people like her a chance to receive an education.
26 May 2023

From devastation to dream come true for Yaser Naseri

Yaser Naseri (BCom 22) was an entrepreneur in the making before circumstances caused him to flee his home country of Iran. Years later, a University of Sydney scholarship opened the door to a degree and enabled one last family reunion.
26 May 2023

Jane Spring first woman Chair of Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness

Jane Spring, a prominent sportswoman, public sector leader and disability advocate, has been appointed Chair of Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness.
26 May 2023

How a veterinary student left her hobby farm to forge a new path

Pursuing higher education in another city meant Brianna would need to leave behind the comfort of her family's farm. It was a scholarship and a love for animals that enabled her to make the move.