October

Articles

31 October 2023

Chau Chak Wing Museum joins with Biennale of Sydney

The Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney is one of seven host locations of next year's Biennale of Sydney.

31 October 2023

University of Sydney marks 60th anniversary of Fisher Library

The University of Sydney's Fisher Library turns 60 this year and its contribution towards the University's research, education and student experience will be recognised during a day of celebrations on Monday 6 November.
30 October 2023

Four research areas in ShanghaiRanking global top ten

The University of Sydney continues to excel in global rankings, with four research areas in the top 10 globally, and 18 subject areas in the top 50 globally, in the latest ShanghaiRanking league table.
27 October 2023

Just the facts

Dealing with vast amounts of information is just another day at the office for our researchers and academics. Here, three researchers from the Westmead Health Precinct each explain an idea at the centre of their current work, as we mark 45 years of its partnership with the University of Sydney.
26 October 2023

Five disciplines continue in global top 50 in THE rankings

University of Sydney disciplines continue to rank highly in the latest THE World University Rankings by Subject. 
26 October 2023

Peace with Nature: Rejuvenating war-torn Colombia with sustainable development

An initiative set up by an interdisciplinary researcher in biodiversity conservation from the University of Sydney is helping former Colombian guerilla fighters transition into environmental custodians in the war-torn country.
26 October 2023

Facing up to AI

It is hard to know all the changes artificial intelligence (AI) will bring to the world, but they'll no doubt be dramatic. The enormity of it all means AI can seem cold and intimidating, but that might change when it has a human-like face.
26 October 2023

5 minutes with author, Senior Lecturer, and 'shark kid' Chris Pepin-Neff

Dr Pepin-Neff's groundbreaking work on emotional issues, from shark attacks to LGBTQ rights, drives policy change and empowers communities. Learn more about their work and the advice they have for others looking to make change.
26 October 2023

You don't have to have it all figured out

Starting out in your career can often come with pressure to have everything neatly planned and figured out. However, in a world where professional success is more like a winding path than a straight road, it's essential to remember that not having it all sorted out is perfectly normal.
25 October 2023

'Uncharted territory': climate scientists sound alarm over Earth's vital signs

This year has likely seen the hottest temperatures for 100,000 years. A global team of scientists, including Dr Thomas Newsome from Faculty of Science, has laid out the numbers.