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36 disciplines in the global top 50 in QS Subject Rankings

Research Management - Apr 11

Two disciplines in the top ten and six in the top 20 in the QS Subject Rankings among strong results. The University of Sydney has performed strongly in the 2024 QS World University Rankings by Subject, with six disciplines ranked in the global top 20 and 36 in the top 50. The rankings also put the University first in Australia in ten disciplines and overall 28 subjects improved their global ranking.

Music - Apr 5

ABBA: 50 years since Waterloo


Dr Jadey O'Regan, lecturer in Contemporary Music Practice at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, recalls the magic of ABBA's Waterloo as the group rel

Health - Apr 4

Historic grant to improve intersex people’s health and wellbeing

Creating a safer and better future for people with innate variations in sex characteristics A University of Sydney-led research project has been awarded funding from the Medical Research Future Fund to improve the health and

Pharmacology - Apr 4

Ozempic isn’t approved for weight loss in Australia. So how are people accessing it?

Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide are taking drugs like Ozempic to lose weight. But what do we actually know about them? Jessica Pace, Associate Lecturer and co-authors from the School of Pharmacy unpacks the details.

Tree of Life for modern birds revealed

Life Sciences

Working with colleagues at the University of Copenhagen, Australian Museum and Flinders University, Professor Simon Ho and Dr Al-Aabid Chowdhury have

Campus - Mar 21

American Civil War: prize-winning new book reveals plight of underage soldiers


Associate Professor Frances M. Clarke, an historian in the School of Humanities, has won the Lincoln Prize, the highest American Civil War hist

Campus - Mar 18

Fleur Johns appointed as Head of School and Dean of Sydney Law School


Professor Fleur Johns is returning to Sydney Law School, where she started her prestigious academic career.

Career - Mar 18

Community of expert educators to transform student experience

The University of Sydney is making an unprecedented investment in education-focused roles. The University of Sydney will recruit hundreds of specialist educators to improve the student experience and advance teaching practice.

Health - Apr 4

Programs to support students on placement need careful design

Australians will suffer if we don't address a looming critical skills shortage in the health workforce. To meet future healthcare needs, we should address "placement poverty" as an equity measure writes Professor Robyn Ward in The Australian.

Museum removes Egyptian body parts from galleries

Art and Design

The Chau Chak Wing Museum has this week removed unwrapped mummified body parts from its Egyptian galleries.

Puppets could offer valuable support for autistic teenagers

Social Sciences

Puppets could potentially provide autistic teens with a tool to communicate, express their identity and interact socially in ways that are uniquely th

Health - Mar 21

Robyn Ward appointed chair of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee


Professor Robyn Ward AM, Executive Dean and Pro Vice-Chancellor of Medicine and Health, has been appointed Chair of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Adviso

Explorers Club: from the Poles to Everest, the Moon and now the stars

Only 222 flags have ever been issued, including to Neil Armstrong, Roald Amundsen, Tensing Norgay & Edmund Hilary - and now Professor Peter Tuthill's team looking for signs of habitable planets just four light years away.

Innovation - Mar 18

Microsoft and the University of Sydney agree to collaborate on AI capability

A new agreement between the University of Sydney and Microsoft Australia and New Zealand will build on Australia's AI capabilities and help the University harness the power of AI for good.

Media - Mar 14

The risks of a digital cold war


Dr Chunmeizi Su from the Discipline of Media and Communications says if we're voting yes for a TikTok ban, we're voting for a new digital cold war, fu