Veterinary physiologist Dr Natasha Hamilton addresses perceived issues with horse racing, using science to demonstrate why the Melbourne Cup is not bad for the animals she is passionate about.
As Australian’s prepare to celebrate the Melbourne Cup, we asked Kirsten Shannon, manager of the University’s Gambling Treatment Clinic, for her top tips on how to gamble responsibly.
The University of Sydney has appointed Dr Tony Capon as the world’s first professor of planetary health.
Leading experts will discuss how we can protect the future food system, while new research reveals our food labelling system is better than we think.
A streamlined mental health platform to support students and a revolutionary approach to heart valve transplants have won two teams of students funding in the inaugural Innovation Week Student Challenge.
Showcasing Australia’s future in biomedical innovation eighteen University of Sydney engineering teams pitched their visions for our healthcare future at the inaugural MedTech event, presented this year at Westmead.
We are saddened to advise the University community that the beloved jacaranda tree which has thrived in its Main Quadrangle since 1928 collapsed last night.
Here are nine little-known reasons why you should be fascinated rather than frightened of spiders.
Summer is coming and so are the mosquitoes. There are plenty of myths and misconceptions about what works and what doesn’t when it comes to beating the bite of backyard mosquitoes.
There's plenty of reasons we should be friendly, not fearful, of bats.