University of Sydney

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Location: Sydney
Economics - Aug 6
Economics
Sydney's UNESCO Professor of Marine Science Elaine Baker is a member of the international advisory panel that oversaw the development of the new protocols. The International Council on Mining and Minerals and the United Nations Environment Program today has launched global standards for the safe management of mine tailings.
Health - Aug 5

Dr Diego Silva argues for scarce health resources to be allocated via a lottery system, he sees it as the only fair way to provide healthcare during times of acute shortages. As cases of COVID-19 rise around the world, there has been a surge in the hospitalisation of COVID-19 patients in the United States, India and Brazil.

Health - Aug 4

Serious concerns are being raised about people's capacity to comply with Victoria's new lockdown orders and the mental health impacts of such prolonged social isolation, writes Professor Ian Hickie.

Economics - Aug 4
Economics

Can Australia become a global manufacturing hub, create jobs and enhance national security? Yes, writes Professor Simon Ringer, who says the time is ripe for investment in advanced manufacturing to spur Australia's economy.

Materials Science - Aug 4
Materials Science

Dubbed the "invisibility cloak", engineers at the University of Sydney have developed a hydrogel that allows implants and transplants to better and more safetly interact with surrounding tissue.

Social Sciences - Aug 3

University of Sydney researchers are recommending urgent national strategies to reduce the mental health impact in Australia due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dynamic modelling by researchers from the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre , has revealed key findings that show what strategies are required to help prevent suicide in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic impacts on mental health.

Social Sciences - Aug 5
Social Sciences

Children adopt the word "addicted" to describe a game as fun or to say how long they played it. But adults use it as a pathology - and that can harm kids.

Health - Aug 4
Health

University of Sydney experts from the Faculty of Engineering and School of Public Health explain 5G technology and respond to claims it causes COVID-19 and other health issues.

Environment - Aug 4
Environment

The average size of a dingo is increasing, but only in areas where poison-baits are used, a collaborative study between University of Sydney and UNSW shows.

Economics - Aug 4

The University of Sydney Business School will launch a unique program which includes a suite of masterclasses and workshops on leadership in a post-COVID world, available to students in Semester 2, 2020.

Social Sciences - Aug 3
Social Sciences

A project calling on members of the public to shed light on photos taken in Greece by a renowned classicist more than a century ago has yielded more than 600 responses from around the world.





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