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Articles published in 2018

03 December 2018

Terra Foundation brings Scholars of First Nations Art to Sydney

A new program made possible by a generous grant from the Terra Foundation for American Art, will allow leading scholars of First Nations art in North America to teach, collaborate, and conduct research in Sydney.
03 December 2018

Sydney ranked among top Business Schools in the Asia-Pacific

The University of Sydney was confirmed among the top business schools in the 2018 Financial Times Asia-Pacific Rankings released today.
01 December 2018

"Sudoku" x-ray uncovers movements within opaque materials

University of Sydney researchers have developed a new x-ray method which involves solving a giant, three dimensional sudoku problem to better understand these granular movements - and the findings could have a big impact on numerous industries.
30 November 2018

Sydney researchers named in world's most highly cited list

Twelve researchers from the University of Sydney have been included in the 2018 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers List.

30 November 2018

What's the difference? Health and medical science degrees explained.

Health science? Medical science? If you’re not sure which of these undergraduate science degrees is right for you, we want to help you understand the opportunities they offer and what that means for your future.
29 November 2018

The determination of a Viking: DMA student Rachelle Elliott

Conductor and Doctor of Musical Arts student Rachelle Elliott has spent the past two years researching the history and characteristics of Icelandic choral composition.
29 November 2018

$37 million funding for University of Sydney research

The University of Sydney has secured over $37 million of funding across a wide range of areas including food insecurity, gravitational waves, and Indigenous disability in rural and remote areas.
29 November 2018

The top 5 releases of 2018

Sydney Conservatorium of Music jazz, classical, contemporary and composition academics reveal what's been spinning on their playlists this year.
29 November 2018

Australian policy inaction on climate change threatens lives

The Australian government's policy inaction on climate change is threatening lives, says a report in today's Medical Journal of Australia.
28 November 2018

Abhiruchi Chhikara: Creative Technologist

Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts alumnus, Abhiruchi Chhikara, is set to light up Berkeley Skatepark with a range of interactive light and sound based works.
28 November 2018

Becoming a paediatrician

The Children's Hospital Westmead Clinical School takes over 500 medical students each year, many of whom go on to become paediatricians. Our experts share their advice on how to get there.
28 November 2018

Becoming a paediatric surgeon

The Children's Hospital Westmead Clinical School takes over 500 medical students each year, many of whom go on to become paediatric surgeons. Our experts share their advice on how to get there.
28 November 2018

Why you should study science at Sydney

Studying science has never been more important and choosing where to do it can be a tough decision. Here's the top reasons why we think you should study a science degree at Sydney.
28 November 2018

Dedicated blockchain project arrives at the University

A new partnership with distributed ledger platform, Fantom will support the University of Sydney by providing scholarships and a specialised blockchain project focused on safe, secure, and low-energy programming toolchains.

28 November 2018

How to cut the $23 billion bill for osteoarthritis

With an ageing and increasingly obese population, the prevalence of osteoarthritis in Australia is projected to soar. The consequences for the economy, work productivity, health services and population health will be immense.
28 November 2018

Mrs Ann Macintosh: colleague, friend and benefactor

Ann is remembered not only for her great generosity, but also for her passion for anatomy and anthropology and for her loyalty to the Discipline of Anatomy and Histology and to the University.
28 November 2018

Young Sydney philosophers showcase big ideas at Harvard

Three young philosophers with big ideas recently spent 10 days at Harvard University, where they engaged in lively philosophical debate and fostered connections with researchers and philosophers from four different countries.
27 November 2018

$4.5m gift powers a first in cancer

A $4.5 million gift to the University of Sydney from The Li Ka Shing Foundation will power Australia's first clinical trial testing CAR T-cell immunotherapy in patients with advanced pancreatic and related cancers.
27 November 2018

The School of Social and Political Sciences turns 10

Ten years on from its establishment, the School of Social and Political Sciences is stronger than ever and looking to the future.

27 November 2018

Where can a degree in design take you?

Sydney design graduates are in high demand. Their skills in design thinking coupled with technical skills make them highly sought after by a range of employers, from digital startups to major multinational corporations.