Immuno-oncology company HaemaLogiX has signed an agreement with the University of Sydney and a host of health and research institutions for the commercialisation rights to an immuno-oncology agent that could benefit myeloma patients.
Just when you thought you’d seen it all, Dr Camilla Whittington takes us on a journey of discovery through some weird and wonderful reports of reproduction of our feathered, furred and finned friends.
Ahead of International Cat Day on 8 August we delved deep into some feline facts to reveal the prevalence of cats, the characteristics of their owners and some important welfare tips.
Young people from across Australia will take part in activities run by the University of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music, Sydney College of the Arts, Faculty of Science and Sydney University Law Society students in Arnhem Land.
Ever heard of a spatial micro performance designer? What about a creative technologist, or an urban agriculturalist? Synthetic systems biologist, anyone? No? Well, you have now.
New evidence reveals the gut bacteria composition of the common fruit fly affects consumption as well as reproductive behaviour – with potential implications for human health.
The University of Sydney boasts four hopefuls to take out the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, each displaying leadership and innovation in their notable efforts to lead critical advances in Australian science.