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30 March 2022

New public policy institute welcomes Chair

The James Martin Institute for Public Policy, of which the University of Sydney is a founding member, today announced the appointment of its new Chair of the Board.
22 March 2022

Sydney road networks could influence COVID spread, study shows

All roads lead to COVID, but some are more susceptible than others, a world-first study by Australian researchers has revealed.
18 March 2022

Net-Zero Initiative to accelerate decarbonisation agenda

The Net-Zero Initiative harnesses the University's research expertise to develop new technologies and systems to support the world's decarbonisation.
25 February 2022

Russia-Ukraine war: experts explain

University of Sydney experts weigh in on the rapidly escalating Russia-Ukraine war.
04 February 2022

Building legacies

The intersect of sport, law and business might seem an unlikely one, but for Craig Carracher it's proved to be a source of learning that has led him to own the biggest real-estate residential portfolio in Australia.
02 February 2022

Beijing Olympics: How will China handle COVID-19 and protests?

David Goodman, Director of the China Studies Centre and Professor of Chinese Politics examines the dual threat of COVID-19 and potential political protests at the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.
25 January 2022

Kirsten Andrews appointed Vice-Principal (External Relations)

Today Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Mark Scott announced Kirsten Andrews has been appointed to the role of Vice-Principal (External Relations).

21 January 2022

Should Indonesia relocate its capital?

Sydney experts comment on Indonesia's rapid-fire plan to move its capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan, Borneo by 2024.
19 January 2022

COVID-19 and schools: we're heading into a teacher shortage crisis

Associate Professor Rachel Wilson in Education and Dr Giuseppe Carabetta in Business argue for a long-term plan for recruiting and retaining teachers.
13 January 2022

Carbon neutral 'spaceplane' parts to be manufactured at Sydney

The Sydney Manufacturing Hub will develop and manufacture components for a green hydrogen-powered launch vehicle capable of deploying small satellites into low earth orbit.