Man’s best friend is set to become his lab partner, with the launch of a research node on the health effects of dog ownership at the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre.
Improving the supply of medicines in Fiji, natural resource management in the Mekong, and the health of livestock in Cambodia and Laos are among 20 new projects to be undertaken as part of the New Colombo Plan.
We celebrate the achievements and values of our students and alumni in a campaign that rolled out on campus, online, and on train stations, buses and street posters across Sydney last week.
Treasurer highlights fundamental questions about how we think economies behave and the role of government, writes Associate Professor Graham White.
A massive international collaboration of researchers replicated 100 studies in prominent psychology journals to test the replicability of their results.
Associate Professor Biercuk was recognised with the prestigious prize for contributions at the leading edge of quantum science research.
The government faces some thorny legal questions as the fight against Islamic State draws our troops towards Syria, writes Malcolm Jorgensen.
Wheelchair basketball athletes from the NSW Institute of Sport and Wheelchair Sports NSW showed their support for the Pave the Way campaign this week.
Associate Professor Tim Dwyer and PhD candidate Weiwei Xu write in The Conversation.
The tendency to reject diplomatic deals is rooted on the right of the American political spectrum, write Dr Nicole Hemmer and Tom Switzer in the New York Times.