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28 February 2017

Memorial service celebrating the life of Daniel Vickerman

Family, friends and members of the public are invited to honour the life of former Wallaby star Daniel Vickerman at a memorial service to be held at the University of Sydney tomorrow. 

28 February 2017

10 women shaping the future of Sydney

As communities around the world prepare for International Women’s Day, we celebrate the contributions of ten female researchers at the University of Sydney who are transforming the lives of women and men.

28 February 2017

Seven steps to help you choose the right home care provider

Older people needing extra help to live at home now have greater choice when it comes to the types of subsidised government care they receive, writes Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low.

27 February 2017

University of Sydney launches new undergraduate curriculum

The University of Sydney has formally launched the Sydney Undergraduate Experience, a new undergraduate curriculum which will enable students to tailor their degrees to their interests and prepare graduates for global possibilities.

27 February 2017

Motivated to shine by the E12 program

As a new generation of students start their University careers, one group arrived by a different path.

27 February 2017

LGBTIQ: Ask us anything

What is the difference between being queer, gay or lesbian? Aren’t they all about same-sex relationships? Students and staff from the University of Sydney's LGBTIQ community answer questions some are too afraid to ask.

24 February 2017

Is back pain killing us?

New research from the Faculty of Health Sciences finds that older people with back pain have a 13 per cent higher chance of dying prematurely.

24 February 2017

Why researchers have a duty to try and influence policy

Researchers should break from tradition and look to use the media to influence public policy, writes Professor Simon Chapman.

24 February 2017

Meet our researchers: Professor Zdenka Kuncic

Professor Kuncic will be working at Harvard for two months later this year, collaborating on a project that offers hope of better treatment for cancer patients.

23 February 2017

Celebrating German-Australian connections

More than 50 German and Australian business leaders were introduced to ground-breaking research in nanoscale science and technology at an event held at the University of Sydney this week.