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10 May 2021

Australians support mandatory COVID-19 vaccine: survey

Three-quarters of Australians would support a government requirement to be vaccinated in order to work, travel or study. This number is higher than the number of Australians who would agree to the vaccine voluntarily, a survey has found.
03 May 2021

Financial sector fails human rights test

Research on 22 ASX-listed financial companies has found that they fail to walk their human rights talk: there is no board-level accountability for human rights breaches, despite the existence of pro-human rights policies.
30 April 2021

Public transport return will be slow: new survey

Over 20 percent of Australians will not return to public transport until they or their close household members have been vaccinated for COVID-19, according to a new survey by the University of Sydney Business School.
29 April 2021

Business School continues to benchmark among world's best

The University of Sydney Business School has consolidated its position among the world's leading providers of business education with EQUIS re-accreditation for five years.
26 April 2021

David Anstice awarded honorary doctorate

The University of Sydney has awarded an honorary doctorate to David Anstice AO in recognition of his outstanding contribution to business, education and the wider community.
23 April 2021

International students turned entrepreneurs give back to fuel more startups

University of Sydney alumni and co-founders of Access Corporate Group - a four-year-old startup with more than 2000 employees - Livia Wang and Warren Liu have donated $100,000 on behalf of the company to help entrepreneurs at the University of Sydney scale-up.
21 April 2021

Quantum ethics project awarded DFAT grant

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has awarded the Centre for International Security Studies (CISS) $800,000 over two years to develop accords for the ethical use of quantum technologies.
20 April 2021

Cars will be king until transport authorities connect the dots

Access to unlimited trips on public transport is a more compelling incentive for consumers than price points, was the main finding of an innovative trial of transport subscription plans by University of Sydney researchers.
30 March 2021

Two thirds of farmland at risk of pesticide pollution

A global map of agricultural land across 168 countries has revealed that 64 percent of land used for agriculture and food crops is at risk of pesticide pollution. Almost a third of these areas are considered to be at high-risk.
30 March 2021

New deal for Uber drivers in UK, but Australia's gig workers must wait

Uber has been forced by the UK courts to treat its British drivers as workers. It will probably require legislative change for Uber's Australian drivers to be treated as employees, write Drs Alex Veen, Tom Barratt and Caleb Goods.