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10 November 2016

Future research stars supported under new Sydney fellowship

The first cohort of fellows of the University’s new Sydney Research Accelerator (SOAR) program has been announced.

10 November 2016

5 reasons why allied health could be the future

Find out more about a career in allied health and what this might mean for your future job prospects.

10 November 2016

Knowing risk factors could help catch melanomas

University of Sydney research has pinpointed a set of risk factors that could help doctors tailor skin examinations and catch melanoma at an early stage. 

09 November 2016

University authors win PM’s Literary Awards

Three University of Sydney authors have been awarded Prime Minister’s Literary Awards across a number of categories for 2016.

09 November 2016

Statement on Manning Bar event

The United States Studies Centre event was held at Manning Bar from 11am. 

08 November 2016

ANZUS will evolve under new POTUS

What will a Trump presidency mean for the Australian-US alliance? Professor James Curran charts the recent history of ANZUS relations and looks ahead to a new dynamic under a new American President. 

08 November 2016

Humanities mindset at heart of Silicon Valley disruption

Leaders from the Business Council of Australia, Intel, and the CSIRO share insights into the humanities' competitive edge. 

08 November 2016

Forum engages research partners to underscore commitment to social good

The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, Sydney Theatre Company and Barnardos Australia were among the contributors to a forward-looking forum on research collaboration. 

08 November 2016

How to make Sydney trains run on time

The NSW Transport Minister wants to do away with timetables and trial on-demand public transport, but there's another solution, writes Associate Professor Pablo Guillen Alvarez.

08 November 2016

6 types of ugly American, and Donald Trump is all of them

Is Trump an “ugly American” or just someone who exemplifies the world around us? Associate Professor Brendon O'Connor, an expert in American politics, writes.