Recent psychology graduate Philippa Specker was awarded the Convocation Medal at the University’s Alumni Awards for 2017.
Indigenous midwives will gather and march in Redfern to highlight the need to close the gap in healthcare in Indigenous communities.
“More funding for mental health services is crucial but unless we overhaul the current system and defund ineffective programs, we will be throwing good money after bad," says Professor Ian Hickie.
Sydney quantum physicists have played a leading role in global research towards the development of non-invasive nanodiamond imaging – linking the gold standard MRI with synthetic industrial diamonds for targeted drug delivery.
University of Sydney researchers have found that a person's waist circumference is more closely linked to early death than their Body Mass Index.
Australia is gripped by a housing affordability crisis. Without proper planning, legalising Airbnb may make housing even more unaffordable in high-demand suburbs, writes Professors Nicole Gurran and Peter Phibbs.
Australia’s first family-centred, multidisciplinary clinic to help mums, dads and kids tackle obesity and achieve a healthy weight was officially opened by NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence, met with the US Vice-President Mike Pence as part of a three-day visit to Australia.
While many of us find it hard to decide what to eat for breakfast, some people seem to know exactly how they want their career to unfold. So how do you make big life decisions on what to study and where it will take you?
Recipient of the University of Sydney's President’s Award, alumnus Dr Colin Mathers talks to us about his exceptional contributions to world health.