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Architecture - 23.05.2024
Everybody’s Home: National conversation about the housing crisis

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 21.05.2024
Can you control your image? Gina Rinehart, King Charles and 'moral portraits'
Can you control your image? Gina Rinehart, King Charles and ’moral portraits’

Psychology - Innovation - 20.05.2024
ChatGPT is now better than ever at faking human emotion and behaviour

Health - Environment - 15.05.2024
University signs MOUs with Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health and Institute of Development Studies
University signs MOUs with Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health and Institute of Development Studies

Environment - Economics - 14.05.2024
Solutions for a net zero world the focus of Sydney's newest research flagship
Solutions for a net zero world the focus of Sydney’s newest research flagship

Health - 07.05.2024
Crown Princess Mary Scholarship: how a Sydney student met Denmark's Queen
Crown Princess Mary Scholarship: how a Sydney student met Denmark’s Queen

Environment - Economics - 07.05.2024
Breastfeeding should be recognised as a carbon offset: report

Health - Social Sciences - 03.05.2024
To tackle gendered violence, we need to look at drugs, trauma and mental health

Economics - Politics - 01.05.2024
Where to next in Australia’s battle with Elon Musk and X’
Professor Terry Flew, in Digital Communications and Culture, says the Australian government's battle with Elon Musk and X over violent content appears admirable, but will it change anything for those

Innovation - 24.04.2024
A WW2 Spitfire was lost in the Norwegian wilderness for 76 years. Now a Sydney team is helping to rebuild it
A WW2 Spitfire was lost in the Norwegian wilderness for 76 years. Now a Sydney team is helping to rebuild it
The University of Sydney is part of an international project that is "reverse-engineering" engine parts for a rare Spitfire that was last flown by a Great Escape pilot and recovered from a peat bog in 2018.

Environment - Life Sciences - 24.04.2024
More than coral: the unseen casualties of record-breaking heat on the Great Barrier Reef
More than coral: the unseen casualties of record-breaking heat on the Great Barrier Reef

Computer Science - 22.04.2024
Fake news and misinformation: Sydney universities launch new database
Terry Flew, Professor of Digital Communication and Culture, leads a team of researchers working to combat misinformation, fake news and disinformation online. A team of researchers from three Sydney universities have developed an online database to track policies and regulations from 50 countries dealing with misinformation, AI regulation, online harms, cybersecurity and digital identity.

Health - Innovation - 22.04.2024
Medical drone project receives $3.6 million to close health gap in rural and remote Australia
Medical drone project receives $3.6 million to close health gap in rural and remote Australia

Campus - Pedagogy - 18.04.2024
Why your students don’t do the readings

Research Management - Health - 11.04.2024
36 disciplines in the global top 50 in QS Subject Rankings

Health - 10.04.2024
Sydney leads new trial of youth vaping schools program

Transport - Career - 10.04.2024
EVs face future challenges despite increasing uptake
EVs face future challenges despite increasing uptake
Few Australians are opposed to electric vehicles in principle - but a new transport survey has revealed one key hurdle to widespread uptake.

Music - History / Archeology - 05.04.2024
ABBA: 50 years since Waterloo
ABBA: 50 years since Waterloo

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 04.04.2024
Museum removes Egyptian body parts from galleries
Museum removes Egyptian body parts from galleries

Health - Career - 04.04.2024
Programs to support students on placement need careful design

Pharmacology - Health - 04.04.2024
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.

Health - Social Sciences - 04.04.2024
Historic grant to improve intersex people’s health and wellbeing

Health - 21.03.2024
Robyn Ward appointed chair of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee
Robyn Ward appointed chair of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee

Campus - 21.03.2024
American Civil War: prize-winning new book reveals plight of underage soldiers
American Civil War: prize-winning new book reveals plight of underage soldiers

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 20.03.2024
Explorers Club: from the Poles to Everest, the Moon and now the stars

Campus - Law - 18.03.2024
Fleur Johns appointed as Head of School and Dean of Sydney Law School
Fleur Johns appointed as Head of School and Dean of Sydney Law School

Career - Pedagogy - 18.03.2024
Community of expert educators to transform student experience

Innovation - Health - 18.03.2024
Microsoft and the University of Sydney agree to collaborate on AI capability

Media - Innovation - 14.03.2024
The risks of a digital cold war
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, further away from the globalised internet as it should be.

Health - Campus - 13.03.2024
Raising the Bar makes post-work socialising a whole lot smarter
Raising the Bar makes post-work socialising a whole lot smarter

Campus - Economics - 11.03.2024
University of Sydney Senate elects David Thodey AO as new Chancellor
University of Sydney Senate elects David Thodey AO as new Chancellor

Environment - Architecture - 11.03.2024
Bigger home designs wipe out energy efficiency
New Australian homes are being designed bigger and so require more energy for heating and cooling, wiping out potential gains in energy efficiency, according to new research co-authored by Associate Professor Emma Heffernan from the School of Architecture, Design and Planning. The increasing energy demand is inconsistent with global efforts to tackle climate change and suggests Australia's housing energy policy requires a radical rethink.

Innovation - Environment - 08.03.2024
Necessity is the mother of invention for this Ukrainian scholar
Necessity is the mother of invention for this Ukrainian scholar

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 06.03.2024
How to make schools gender inclusive
How to make schools gender inclusive

Economics - Career - 05.03.2024
Syrian refugee awarded UN Women Australia MBA scholarship

Music - Social Sciences - 05.03.2024
Sydney Con announces 2024 Indigenous Artists-in-Residence
Sydney Con announces 2024 Indigenous Artists-in-Residence

Chemistry - Materials Science - 04.03.2024
Nanothin printing of electronics hardware could slash costs
Engineering researchers have developed a 2D printing process using liquid metals that they say could create new ways of creating more advanced and energy efficient computing hardware that is manufactured at the nanoscale.

Social Sciences - Event - 04.03.2024
University community marches for an inclusive future at Mardi Gras

Health - Environment - 28.02.2024
Sydney attracts top research talent with innovative Fellowships

Event - Social Sciences - 28.02.2024
Bringing Barbara McGrady's photography to life
Bringing Barbara McGrady’s photography to life

Health - Pharmacology - 27.02.2024
Nicotine pouches are being marketed to young people on social media
It's not surprising that the tobacco industry is introducing more products to maintain its future revenue stream as reforms restrict access to vaping products, writes Associate Professor Becky Freeman in The Conversation.

Politics - Social Sciences - 27.02.2024
Why Egypt refuses to open its border to Palestinians
Why Egypt refuses to open its border to Palestinians
Gazans attempting to shelter in Rafah are not permitted to cross the border into Egypt. Liyana Kayali, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Sydney, explains why.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 26.02.2024
Universities Accord report highlights funding shortage
Universities Accord report highlights funding shortage

Health - Pharmacology - 16.02.2024
Researchers awarded over $22 million in MRFF grants

Music - Philosophy - 15.02.2024
Taylor Swift: why academics are studying the pop star

Health - Innovation - 15.02.2024
Looking towards the future of biomedical research and innovation
Looking towards the future of biomedical research and innovation

Economics - Campus - 14.02.2024
Sydney University’s MBA ranks first in Australia

Physics - Health - 13.02.2024
Research partnership with Bruker
Research partnership with Bruker

Art and Design - Social Sciences - 13.02.2024
Chau Chak Wing Museum announces Biennale of Sydney artists
Chau Chak Wing Museum announces Biennale of Sydney artists

Earth Sciences - Environment - 08.02.2024
What made Earth a giant snowball 700m years ago? Scientists have an answer
What made Earth a giant snowball 700m years ago? Scientists have an answer
Dr Adriana Dutkiewicz was inspired during a field trip to the Flinders Ranges to find out how volcanic activity turned our blue dot to an ice covered planet. Together with Professor Dietmar Muller and the EarthByte group, they've produced an answer. Australian geologists have used plate tectonic modelling to determine what most likely caused an extreme ice-age climate in Earth's history, more than 700 million years ago.
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