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31 May 2017

Linkage Projects support research partnerships

Two University of Sydney projects, to combat multidrug-resistant bacteria and recover information on millions of museum zoological specimens, have received $914,983 in funding. 

31 May 2017

Funding agreement to help commercialise ideas

A new agreement with UK-listed company IP Group will help get intellectual property to market.

31 May 2017

5 things you should know about pain management

Everyone knows the experience of pain. And yet, while we all feel pain in a variety of similar ways, it remains an entirely subjective experience. Until recently medical science had few ways to see, measure or resolve the impacts of pain on the body and mind.

31 May 2017

Why Trump demands a post-post-truth response

Is Donald Trump post-truth, post-modern or simply preposterous? What was a media spasm, has now reached impeachable levels of high crimes and misdemeanours, writes Professor James Der Derian.

31 May 2017

Increasing access for regional Indigenous students

A transformative program of educational outreach will launch across regional and rural NSW during National Reconciliation Week, as the University of Sydney’s Widening Participation and Outreach goes on the road. 

29 May 2017

Dog wellbeing pioneer Prof McGreevy awarded in UK for life’s work

University of Sydney Professor Paul McGreevy has been recognised at one of the largest and most prestigious veterinary awards in the world for his pioneering contribution to canine welfare and behaviour.

29 May 2017

SCA graduate wins Schenberg Art Fellowship

Kai Wasikowski has received the prestigious Schenberg Art Fellowship among a field of 35 top graduates selected from 23 tertiary art schools across Australia.

29 May 2017

Five things you should know about the 1967 Referendum

As we celebrate 50 years since the 1967 Referendum let’s reflect upon some of the key facts from this important milestone in Australia’s journey towards reconciliation.

26 May 2017

10 Indigenous staff and students taking the next steps

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students reveal what this year’s National Reconciliation Week means to them, and the steps they’re taking in the journey to achieve reconciliation. 

26 May 2017

Explainer: Why is recycling important?

University of Sydney researchers are working on turning waste into new innovations for the health, agriculture, transport and construction industries