For his leadership on gun law reform, foreign relations and economic policy, former Prime Minister John Howard OM AC accepted an honorary degree from the University of Sydney today.
Dr Thomas Newsome, from the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, has won a NSW Young Tall Poppy Science Award, presented on 29 September at the Powerhouse Museum.
Experts attending the ‘Advances in Biotechnology for Food and Medical Applications’ workshop being held at the University of Sydney on 5 - 6 October will discuss the options.
New research from the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre suggests a low protein, high carbohydrate diet may be the most effective for stimulating a hormone with life-extending and obesity-fighting benefits.
Research has shown homeowners took on more debt as house prices rose between 2001 and 2012.
New modelling predicts the prevalence of obesity and severe obesity among Australian adults will significantly increase by 2025, as part of a wider research project examining the most effective ways to combat obesity.
World-record rocket efficiency results in a University of Sydney laboratory are set to be tested in space. Former student, Dr Patrick Neumann, made the announcement today with Airbus Defence & Space.
University of Sydney Master of Pharmacy graduates will be the first intern pharmacists in Australia qualified to administer influenza vaccinations, as a result of an agreement between the University and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia.
Artificial intelligence is all over the news. It’s driving our cars, cleaning our floors, milking our cows and some say taking our jobs and soon drones will be flying into our backyards delivering books and pizzas. But is this reality?
For a week this October, we’ll be bringing together some of our brightest minds with industry and community partners to collaborate on how research and innovation can help us overcome some of the greatest health challenges facing our planet.