29 January 2024

How to look after yourself and your baby in extreme heat

Pregnant people are thought to be at increased risk of heat stress due to changes in their body's capacity to regulate temperature. They are more vulnerable in the heat, with evidence showing exposure to extreme heat is associated with increased risks for the baby.
29 January 2024

The University of Sydney celebrates largest student mobility program

The University's mobility program, which sends thousands of students overseas to study, has been recognised as the largest in Australia.
26 January 2024

University community recognised in 2024 Australia Day Honours

A revolutionary approach to treating melanomas and major contributions to advancing immunisation, mental health, sound economic social policy, pain management and soil science were among the achievements of current University of Sydney staff individually honoured on Australia Day.
25 January 2024

Georgina Long and Richard Scolyer named Australians of the Year

Congratulations to Georgina Long AO and Richard Scolyer AO from the University of Sydney and Melanoma Institute Australia, jointly named 2024 Australian of the Year for their life-saving melanoma work.
25 January 2024

Alumni Council welcomes three new members

Meet the newest members of our Alumni Council
25 January 2024

Centralised social networks potentially hinder innovation

Social systems where influence is centred around one or two individuals can lead to pack mentality and group think in farming communities, according to new research.
24 January 2024

University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor to lead Group of Eight

Professor Mark Scott AO will chair the leading higher education industry body.
19 January 2024

Sydney students awarded prestigious overseas scholarship

Undergraduate students Benjamin Moore, Ella Whan, Katelyn Williams and Lucas Parker have been selected for the 2024 New Colombo Plan Scholarship program and will travel to the Indo-Pacific to continue their studies.
18 January 2024

Beyond GDP: Mental wealth readies societies for mega-threats

World-leading experts from industry, science, health, technology, and economics gathered in Davos, Switzerland, this week to discuss how nations can overcome the global challenges to true prosperity including war and climate change.
16 January 2024

Is Jokowi paving the way for an Indonesian political dynasty?

By installing his son as the Presidential frontrunner's deputy, Joko Widodo may continue to wield power long after he leaves office. Indonesian law expert Professor Simon Butt and his colleague explain how this was engineered in The Conversation.