As Principal Partner of TEDxYouth@Sydney for 2017, we're excited to bring you some of the world's most inspiring young minds who are challenging status quos and leading the way in their fields.
In the lead up to Science Week's weird and wonderful JD Stewart lecture - Stranger things: The uncanny world of animal pregnancy, we slither by a curious honours project in reptile pregnancy.
Female STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) academics share their personal thoughts on career success in their chosen fields.
There are 34 other blood groups with more than 300 known variants. Knowing what antigens we have in our blood is crucial in case of a transfusion, writes Associate Professor Robert Flower.
What are the causes of Australia's gender pay gap? Dr Elizabeth Hill, expert in work and family policy from the Department of Political Economy, explains.
The world is going through unprecedented change. Experts predict that some of today's traditional jobs will be unrecognisable or obsolete within the next 15 to 20 years.
A University of Sydney Chemical Engineering lecturer has been recognised as a young innovator in his field for his use of membrane technology to drive sustainability in the water, food, and renewable energy industries.
Drought-caused tree deaths are produced by a combination of hydraulic failure and carbon starvation, says new research published today in Nature Ecology and Evolution.
Intensive care specialist Dr Stuart Lane is now one of just 1,760 people to have successfully swum the English Channel since 1875.
To celebrate excellence in Australian journalism, six leading journalists have been awarded Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) degrees by the University of Sydney.