The University of Sydney, together with Southern Cross University and interior design firm Cachet Group, will undertake a collaborative research project to assess the impact of activity-based working in Australian offices.
A group of University of Sydney staff led by the Education Portfolio won the Innovation in Technology Enhanced Learning award at the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards dinner.
Losing the Great Barrier Reef through coral bleaching would alter the ocean environment, affect livelihoods and change Australia’s sense of itself. University researchers are determined the Reef will live on.
With cancer screening, its benefits – less risk of dying of cancer – are clear, and are easily exaggerated. But the potential harms of screening are harder to recognise and readily overlooked, writes Professor Alexandra Barratt.
University of Sydney engineer Professor Salah Sukkarieh has won the 2017 CSIRO Eureka Prize for Leadership in Innovation and Science, presented at a gala dinner on 30 August in the Sydney Town Hall...
Two revolutionary medical devices developed by University of Sydney PhD students were among the top innovations awarded nearly $3 million on Tuesday evening by the NSW Government’s NSW Medical Devices Fund.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the University of Sydney signed a university-wide priority partnership, each committing to invest $100,000 over three years to fund joint research projects.
The director of Station Q Sydney successfully led a bid for federal funding to help build the $150 million Sydney Nanoscience Hub building.
Researchers have found a significant increase in the number of patients having heart attacks who have no obvious risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity or smoking.
Memory Mates is a new program for primary schools that helps children who experience working memory and attention difficulties.