22 July, 2014
Pandas are famously fussy eaters, but new research suggests there is method to their madness, with the animals switching between different species and parts of bamboo plants to maintain a balanced diet and reproduce.
18 July, 2014
The discovery that many small galaxies throughout the universe do not 'swarm' around larger ones like bees do but 'dance' in orderly disc-shaped orbits is a challenge to our understanding of how the universe formed and evolved. The finding, by an international team of astronomers, including Professor Geraint Lewis from the University of Sydney's School of Physics, is announced today in Nature.
10 July, 2014
At the opening of the FAUVETTE 2014 exhibition last night, Sydney College of the Arts announced emerging, Sydney-based contemporary artist Jonny Niesche this year's winner of the annual Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship.
2014 news releases
- French students bound for Sydney under dual degree pilot (09 July)
- The Image in Question - an international arts conference in Sydney (08 July)
- Returned portrait sheds light on forgotten sexologist (03 July)
- Tin Sheds shows China's pioneering conservation work (02 July)
- Brewing a stronger partnership (30 June)
- Egyptian-based academic reacts to Australian journalist Peter Greste's sentencing in Egypt (24 June)
- Obama administration education advisor shares insights (23 June)
- Explaining Egypt's place in a changing Arab world (20 June)
- Long overdue rights for domestic workers (18 June)
- Catching Particle Fever: the Sydney scientists who helped track down the Higgs boson (13 June)
- Why your brain is the next frontier in economics (12 June)
- University of Sydney welcomes Shanghai delegation (11 June)
- Charles Perkins Centre takes off in the fight against obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease (05 June)
- The short but eventful life of a Higgs boson particle (28 May)
- New conductor brings change of wind to the Con (26 May)