28 February 2024

Making love and making music in a new Greek-Australian story

Composer James Humberstone and award-winning slam poet and rapper Luka Lesson have come together to create a new Greek-Australian work combining ancient poetry and modern hip-hop to explore every aspect of love.
28 February 2024

Bringing Barbara McGrady's photography to life

The Chau Chak Wing Museum is currently showing work from Gomeroi/Gamilaraay photographer Barbara McGrady's extensive collection. Learn more about her love of photography and award-winning work.
28 February 2024

Sydney attracts top research talent with innovative Fellowships

Unprecedented investment in appointment of 40 research fellows across a range of disciplines.
27 February 2024

Crowdfunding key to defending and rebuilding Ukraine

Dr Olga Boichak, senior lecturer in Digital Cultures in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, explores how Ukrainians are innovating from the battlefield to the digital frontlines, to take the fight to a much better equipped and better funded enemy.
27 February 2024

Why Egypt refuses to open its border to Palestinians

Gazans attempting to shelter in Rafah are not permitted to cross the border into Egypt. Liyana Kayali, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Sydney, explains why.
27 February 2024

Workplace Gender Equality Agency Employer Statement 2022-23

The University of Sydney today published an employer statement following the release of the institution's gender pay gap data by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
27 February 2024

Nicotine pouches are being marketed to young people on social media

It's not surprising that the tobacco industry is introducing more products to maintain its future revenue stream as reforms restrict access to vaping products, writes Associate Professor Becky Freeman in The Conversation.
26 February 2024

Universities Accord report highlights funding shortage

If Australia is to have a world-class university system to sustain our standard of living and economic opportunity in a highly competitive world, we are going to need to invest far more in it.
26 February 2024

Researchers closer to understanding hydrogen's great challenge

Embrittlement is one of the biggest obstacles facing the transition to a global hydrogen economy. A new process uncovered by researchers at the University of Sydney is helping shed light on how to better prevent it.
23 February 2024

No clear link between weather and common muscle and joint symptoms

There is no clear connection between the weather and back, knee or hip pain, a study has found, challenging a common belief.