SAM March 2014
Leading writer David Malouf was guest curator of a recent exhibition at the University of the art of leading Australian artist Jeffrey Smart. He shares his intimate knowledge of Smart’s work.
Economics graduate Philip Corne, CEO of Louis Vuitton Oceania, shares the philosophy and wisdom that have seen him rise to the top of the luxury goods company.
Associate Professor Fariba Dehghani, a chemical engineer, has achieved astonishing results in two very different areas of research using nanotechnology.
Professor David Celermajer poses a quick quiz for his audience: he shows them a slide of a person with a big lump of cholesterol in their heart, and asks how old the person is.
SAM October 2013
Dr Li Ming Wen argues that preventing childhood obesity should start even before birth.
In recent years, the routes children have taken to travel to Australia have become increasingly dangerous.
There are several keys to keeping lost weight off, says Associate Professor Amanda Sainsbury-Salis
Tee tree oil has likely been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, writes Matt Poll.
SAM June 2013
The story of the University's brilliant young anatomist, John Irvine Hunter, whose legacy continues to grow and help future generations.
Alumnus Greg Duncan talks to Chris Rodley about how his career focus changed from accounting to automobiles.
Commerce graduate Elias Bizannes is an entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley and is now the general manager of the company behind StartupBus and StartupHouse.
More than 60% of Sydney’s students participate in an international elective and learn a great deal from observing the different ways of practising medicine around the world.
SAM March 2013
If you're serious about losing weight, don't take up a gym membership: stand up more often.
One of the oddest stories from the University museums is that of the ancient Cypriot lagynos.
A better understanding of adolescent depression is opening the door on early diagnosis and treatment.
The Macleay Museum owes a great deal of its natural history collection to fearless Aussie forager, George Masters.
SAM October 2012
Was the killing of Bin Laden a lawful act of war, or illegal assassination?
The healthy alternatives to fast food branding strategies.
Professor Tim Usherwood reflects on a life with Tourette Syndrome.
The power of platinum to heal illness.
SAM July 2012
Four years out, Kip Williams directs his first production for the STC.
The inside story on the Quadrangle’s unusual residents.
Mohamed Khadra writes plays with a pen and saves lives with a scalpel.
Consumers give marketers more than they bargain for.