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Perth, Western Australia, has come out on top in a study into Australia's most successful towns for producing Olympic athletes, according to new University of Sydney research.
The University of Sydney is preparing to acquire advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology that will be of major benefit to preclinical and translational medicine research capabilities.
With the Sydney population projected to grow to 5.89 million people by 2031, the city’s transport, public services and green spaces will be under a great deal of pressure. The University of Sydney’s third Festival of Urbanism will investigate what can be done to help ease the pressure on the global city.
The University of Sydney demonstrated a campus-wide commitment to diversity at its Cultural Competence at Sydney launch last week.
Most Australians have viewed pornography but few report any ill effects, a new report in The Journal of Sex Research reveals.
Brutal. Distressing. Unacceptable. These are just some of the words used to describe footage aired on ABC’s Four Corners this week, showing the mistreatment of children in juvenile detention. Youth mental health and child psychology experts from Sydney University respond.