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15 June 2017

Sydney ranked in top 100 in university reputation rankings

The University of Sydney has been ranked among the top 100 most prestigious universities in the world in the 2017 Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.

15 June 2017

University partnership sees development of world-first technology

The University of Sydney and UC Davis have partnered to develop a world-first imaging system to better understand the underlying mechanisms of mental illness and metabolic diseases.

15 June 2017

Can writers prevent disease?

Author Charlotte Wood, playwright Alana Valentine and Professor Stephen Simpson discuss how, together, science and the arts might create a new understanding of preventable disease.

14 June 2017

Better ways to counter terror than 'mini max' prison

A Goulburn facility for radical inmates could be costly to establish and difficult to test for effectiveness, writes counter-radicalisation expert Hussain Nadim. 

14 June 2017

3D printing may revolutionise root canal therapy

Researchers have created 3D-printed artificial blood vessels that could revolutionize root canal therapy to help people retain fully functioning teeth.

14 June 2017

Cave discoveries hint at how modern humans outlasted Neanderthals

Archaeologists report evidence about the transition from Neanderthals to modern humans, found in a cave excavation in the Czech Republic.

13 June 2017

SCA student and author wins Oxford University scholarship

With two novels to her name and a third under way, 23-year-old Sophie Hardcastle has a limitless appetite for writing and learning that has led her to receive a prestigious scholarship from the University of Oxford.

13 June 2017

University of Sydney community honoured in Queen's Birthday list

Members of the University of Sydney community have been acknowledged for their influence on Australian society in the Queen's Birthday 2017 Honours List.

13 June 2017

Batteries deployed in world-leading trial

University of Sydney academics are contributing to a world-leading trial of battery systems to assist with reliability and support future energy security in Tasmania’s Bruny Island community.

13 June 2017

Call to cut billion-dollar child injury bill

The Federal government should establish a national injury prevention plan, say the authors of a new report putting the cost of treating 680,000 children hospitalised for injuries at $2.1 billion.