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24 January 2019

Destination space: leaving earth

On Halloween in 2015, the human race had a lucky break. It did not get wiped out by a big rock.
24 January 2019

Study shows same-sex marriage vote damaged LGBT mental health

A survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual Australians has shown that exposure to negative sentiment during the same-sex marriage debate led to increased mental stress in the LGBT community.
23 January 2019

5 must-do events in Welcome Week

Welcome Week is a busy time at International House with 40+ events across two weeks. We've highlighted some non-compulsory events we recommend to get the most out of your first weeks on campus.
22 January 2019

5 reasons to study our Master of Professional Accounting

The Master of Professional Accounting offers you the opportunity to develop the knowledge and expertise you need for a rewarding career in accounting, starting with associate membership of professional accountancy bodies.
21 January 2019

Tim Soutphommasane returns to the University of Sydney

Former Race Discrimination Commissioner Dr Tim Soutphommasane has been appointed the University of Sydney's first Professor of Practice (Sociology and Political Theory).
21 January 2019

Centenary of Spanish flu pandemic in Australia

'Spanish flu', the pandemic that killed between 50-100 million people worldwide, made landfall in Australia by 1919. About a third of all Australians were infected and nearly 15,000 people were dead in under a year, yet little is know of its generational impact. Dr Peter Hobbins investigates.
21 January 2019

Debunking the myths around optically-guided bus (trackless trams)

Yale Wong explores some of the misconceptions surrounding optically-guided buses, otherwise known as trackless trams.
18 January 2019

How the military can support global health security

University of Sydney health security expert Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott has contributed to a new report in The Lancet urging co-operation of military and humanitarian forces.
17 January 2019

Everything you need to know about gluten intolerance

As more people eliminate gluten from their diets, stores and restaurants are reacting and providing gluten-free options. But is gluten really the culprit, or is there something else going on?
17 January 2019

Happy 150th birthday to the periodic table

Here’s to 150 more years of inspiration, curiosity, and surprising problem-solving.