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04 March 2020

Join the field school on palm oil and sustainability in Indonesia

Discover more about the complexities of working in development agriculture, with this field school in Indonesia held between semester 1 and 2 this year.
21 February 2020

How oysters can indicate ecosystem health and resilience

Aquatic Animal Health Group from the Sydney School of Veterinary Science have developed a research program that recognises monitoring the health of oysters can indicate estuarine health and is a guide for the resilience of our environment.
18 February 2020

Why visibility in science matters

Associate Professor Alice Motion and PhD student Perry Beasley-Hall are part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras event An Evening with 500 Queer Scientists. We caught up with them to find out how they got involved and what this event means to them.
10 February 2020

5 powerful breakthroughs by Sydney Science women

In the quest for gender equality, United Nations has declared 11 February the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. We take a look at Sydney Science women making headlines with their scientific discoveries and research.
07 February 2020

Vale Professor Anthony Grant

Professor Grant will be remembered as a founder of coaching psychology, a prolific researcher, and a great teacher. But more importantly, Tony will be remembered as a kind and generous colleague, mentor and friend.
28 January 2020

Where will your science degree take you?

Nathan Danckert is an Agriculture PhD candidate who recently completed an internship with biotechnology company conducting research on Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). His transition from agriculture into STI research was an unexpected but refreshing experience.
28 January 2020

Celebrating 20 years of coaching psychology: Five minutes with Anthony Grant

2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the Coaching Psychology Unit, founded by Professor Anthony Grant. We catch up with Professor Grant about his journey from training as a carpenter to developing a world-first program.
22 January 2020

I Love Stainless Steel

Back when I was a penniless hippie taxi driver, I spent several days each year fighting rust - getting my car through rego. Rust never sleeps.
22 January 2020

Ancient Aboriginal fire knowledges for cutting edge solutions

When we think of cutting edge technologies we think of the latest and most current solutions to our problems, but sometimes the best answers come from knowledge that is tens of thousands of years old.
22 January 2020

Cutting-edge science: where are we now?

Progress, reproducibility, and courage: great science is about being prepared to be wrong.