University of Sydney researchers surveyed 1600 Australians for the Digital Rights in Australia report, funded by the Sydney Research Excellence Initiative.
Experts say it's time to protect digital rights, as a major survey details public attitudes to digital privacy, surveillance, and online freedom of speech.
A multidisciplinary wide-ranging study has found a close relationship exists between parents' diets and the immunity of offspring, with implications for wildlife conservation and agriculture as well as human health.
A $9.3 million teaching and learning centre officially opened at Westmead Hospital today.
A Picasso wrapped in plastic. A beetle as big as a rat. Gruesome medical gadgets. Over the years, generous benefactors have given the University of Sydney a rich and rare array of donations in kind.
A survey of 1600 Australians details attitudes to online privacy, surveillance, digital disruption at work, and online freedom of speech.
The University has launched a new fellowship program to support and retain our best early-career academics.
Nanotechnology will shape this century as digital technology shaped the last. The University of Sydney Nano Institute stands ready to embrace the future.
Newly published research has developed new ways to characterise older patients who take multiple medications and may be open to reducing the number of medicines they take.
Whole grains have proven health benefits say scientists across the globe, including from the University of Sydney. In a joint statement, the group outlines the health hacks associated with eating more whole grains.
Professor Ramon Shaban has been appointed inaugural Clinical Chair and Professor of Infection Prevention and Control at the University of Sydney’s Nursing School and Western Sydney Local Health District.
To commemorate White Ribbon Day, experts from the University reflect on why it is critical that we take a stand against domestic violence.
The University of Sydney’s new Head of School and Dean of Pharmacy, Professor Andrew McLachlan, brings an impressive record of academic achievement, research and teaching.
New research on sugar-sweetened beverages reveals one in seven adolescents is drinking more than two cups a day, and is two to three times more likely to have oral health problems than those who don’t drink the beverages.
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Image X Institute, lead by Professor Paul Keall, will revolutionise medical imaging, transform targeted radiotherapy and enable global access to radiotherapy.
Crop mapping plans have taken a back seat to this ‘agwork’ to focus attention on the Sydney Institute of Agriculture's key message as part of the inaugural National Agriculture Day, which is focussed on all things food.
Health disciplines will for the first time be co-located in the new University of Sydney Health Precinct; a purpose-built facility to translate research into education and clinical services.
Five distinguished professors have been honoured with a Payne-Scott Professorial Distinction for their contributions to the University across all areas of leadership, teaching and research.
Identification of three molecules that can be used to accurately assess pre-diabetes – a key predictor of conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure – has brought precision medicine for humans a step closer.