Harvard names a University of Sydney expert Chair in Australian Studies for a third consecutive year.
Art lovers and University benefactors are looking forward to seeing their favourite artworks and artefacts in the new spaces being created at the University of Sydney.
Leading scientists from Australia and the world will gather to examine the latest research into ageing and associated conditions, at the second Australian Biology of Ageing Conference in Sydney.
Food and Agribusiness students are proving their worth before they receive their qualification – securing jobs, developing real-world skills and making important connections within their chosen industry.
Graduation ceremony includes a Doctor of Letters in Social Work (honoris causa) for Adjunct Professor Muriel Bamblett AM, honouring leadership in Aborginal and Torres Strait Islander welfare and affairs.
Dr Catherine Bishop of the Laureate Research Program in International History has won a rich business literature prize with her debut book, a ‘refreshing rendering’ of colonial-era women entrepreneurs.
Mobile phones are often touted as technology that can help bring economic benefits to the poor. But the benefits to those living in rural and remote areas without other infrastructure are limited, writes Dr Petr Matous.
Sydney Nursing School this week awarded ten new Susan Wakil Scholarships and named a new Professor of Healthy Ageing at its awards and prizes celebration evening.
Dr Wojciech Chrzanowski has delivered a talk on the way the University is addressing the safety of nanoparticles
The future of the Great Barrier Reef in the face of climate-induced coral bleaching is of grave concern. A panel of experts will discuss what can be done to slow or prevent alarming rates of mass coral bleaching.