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10 Indigenous staff and students taking the next steps

Matt Poll, Assistant Curator Indigenous Heritage. Of South Sea and Torres Strait Islander heritage, Matt is Assistant Curator Indigenous Heritage at the University’s Macleay Museum. ... He makes the museum’s collections accessible to all sections of
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/05/26/10-indigenous-staff-and-students-taking-the-next-steps.html

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How art changes the brain

Through a collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Sharon and her colleagues developed a three-year research study called Artful to measure how art and creativity can be used
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2018/08/06/how-art-changes-the-brain.html
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How much is news worth to Google and Facebook?

Are Google and Facebook really prepared to pull services from their Australian users rather than hand over some money to publishers under the bargaining code? Associate Professor Tim Dwyer at University of Sydney explains.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/01/25/How-much-is-news-worth-to-google-and-facebook.html
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Virtual and augmented realities: six thorny questions you need to ask

For example, artists have used AR to overlay artworks at the New York Museum of Modern Art, making artworks unrecognisable, with the goal of challenging the authority of high art as
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/06/23/virtual-and-augmented-realities--six-thorny-questions-you-need-t.html
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2020 versus 1919: is COVID-19 as bad as the ‘Spanish’ flu?

Credit: Macleay Museum (ref. no. HP85.8.87). Dr Peter Hobbins. New South Wales imposed drastic restrictions on its residents; closing schools, churches, entertainment venues and important events such as agricultural ... Hero image credit: Macleay Museum
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/05/27/2020-versus-1919--is-covid-19-as-bad-as-the--spanish--flu-.html
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How Australia can change democracy

It’s learned through everyday experience – the conversations at the bus stop, the chatter in the doctor’s waiting room, the discussions in museums and public libraries.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2018/10/08/how-australia-can-change-democracy.html
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Mary Shelley’s The Last Man is a prophecy of life in a global pandemic

The Last Man by Mary Shelley is a prophecy of life in a global pandemic. 5 May 2020. Of Shelley's works, The Last Man (1826) has the most to say to us in our present moment of crisis and global pandemic, writes Dr Olivia Murphy for The Conversation.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/05/05/mary-shelley-s-the-last-man-is-a-prophecy-of-life-in-a-global-pa.html