Dr Michael Bowen has won a Eureka Prize for Outstanding Early Career Researcher – the third time in a row Sydney has won this category in the Oscars of Australian science – in recognition of his research that focuses on oxytocin and serious brain disorders.
New research by the University of Sydney’s BEACH research program reveals an increasing load on GP-delivered services as they respond to a rising tide of chronic disease in ageing Australia.
The University of Sydney has been ranked number one in Australia and 28 globally in the new Thomson Reuters’ innovation ranking – ‘Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities’.
The University of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music has received a $500,000 gift from the family of Sydney violinist and pianist Richard Pulley (1969-2014). The endowed gift will help expand the Con’s successful ‘buddy program’, which was set up three years ago to bridge the gap between city and regional music conservatoriums.
When he was just 12-years-old, Nathaniel Tamwoy endured a long stint in hospital that would turn out to change his life.
This week’s conciliation talks in The Hague give Australia a new chance to do the right thing by East Timor to help it secure its future, writes Professor Ben Saul.