University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence has been elected as the new Chair of the Group of Eight.
It is time to ask why the Australian Government would secretly trade off democratic rights to decide national laws on medicines, public health and copyright, writes Dr Patricia Ranald.
While most of his AFL footy mates were off on school holidays, Marcus Valastro travelled thousands of kilometres to further his education this week.
End-of-life conversations should happen throughout life, not just in our final days, say experts who will address a 'dying well' forum at the University of Sydney on 14 October 2015.
Elections in Singapore are so heavily stacked in favour of the long-ruling People's Action Party that the country's newly re-elected government is more authoritarian than democratic, writes Associate Professor Lily Rahim.
As Sydneysiders get ready for the closure of George Street and work to begin on the Sydney Light Rail project this week, the latest Transport Opinion Survey shows the public lacks faith in the ability of governments to deliver transport improvements.
Dr Sandra Seno-Alday believes economies around the world can learn valuable lessons from observing how Southeast Asia reacted to the 2008 financial crisis.
Our 360-degree virtual tour is proving a hit with the public and web experts alike, winning a number of top awards thanks in no small part to the ground-breaking technology used to create it.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students have a unique chance to study and begin their career at the University of Sydney under a new scholarship-to-work initiative.
Fans of JG Ballard's cult sci-fi novel The Drowned World can experience its post-apocalyptic themes in visual form at a new exhibition, Mapping the Drowned World, opening at SCA Galleries next week.