Research finds around 1000 molecular reactions to exercise, opening the door for drug treatments to mirror the health benefits of exercise.
Dr Jak McCarroll from the School of Geosciences offers five pointers for swimmers this summer.
Matt Damon and Kyle Sandilands have both recently been accused of 'whitesplaining', but what does that mean? Associate Professor Catriona Elder explains.
Elections in Singapore are so heavily stacked in favour of the long-ruling People's Action Party that the country's newly re-elected government is more authoritarian than democratic, writes Associate Professor Lily Rahim.
Swapping just one hour of sitting with walking or other physical activity each day decreases your chance of an early death by 12 to 14 per cent, according to a University of Sydney study of over 200,000 Australians.
Students from years seven to nine are giving Beowulf a fresh adaptation at an on-campus workshop run in partnership with the Australian Theatre for Young People.
"Acknowledging the traditional owners upon whose ancestral lands the University of Sydney campuses stand."