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  • Brave New Law: Legal Personhood in the New Biosciences[3 October 2017]

    The Biopolitics of Science Research Network has been awarded funding for a Pop-Up Research Lab by Sydney Social Sciences and Humanities Advanced Research Centre (SSSHARC).


  • Will there be a zombie apocalypse? [29 September 2017]

    18 million Walking Dead fans know that the zombie apocalypse starts with a virus. Our resident health security expert A/Prof Adam Kamradt-Scott joins Nova Entertinment to discuss the likely event of a super virus pandemic that could decimate the earth's population.


  • How should Australia respond to a major cyberattack? [28 September 2017]

    Student teams tackle cyberattack scenarios and security policy at the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge - the first event of its kind in the region.


  • America's risky nuclear buildup[28 September 2017]

    Growing nuclear arsenals are contributing to global instability, writes doctoral researcher Stuart Rollo for the New York Times.


  • How to prevent crime before it happens[12 September 2017]

    Dr Garner Clancey, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Sydney Law School, joins Dr Chris Neff in the latest episode of Open for Discussion to explore how to prevent crime before it happens.


  • University of Sydney graduates again rated Australia’s most employable[12 September 2017]

    University of Sydney graduates have been named the most employable in Australia for the third year running and in the top 5 globally, according to the 2018 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.


  • University continues success in THE World Rankings[6 September 2017]

    The University of Sydney has been ranked 61 in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings, consolidating its place as one of the world’s best research and teaching institutions.


  • 24 powerful hours - Pave the Way[5 September 2017]

    Across the University, more researchers are striving to find answers to transform lives and more graduates are taking their skills into the world. On 12 September our community will come together to raise funds for the areas in greatest need. Called Pave the Way, it’s a 24-hour fundraising challenge that supports a variety of causes so that we can make a difference. This year, Pave the Way supports causes that are more important than ever.


  • Festival of Democracy 2017[28 July 2017]

    The Festival of Democracy 2017 will be starting on 13 September. This three-day festival has a series of events covering topics of Kidnapped democracyThe truth of post truth, Authoritarianism, Broken news, Rethinking territory, and The origin and extinction of species. For more information and register, visit here