Sydney has scooped the Australian Institute of Policy & Science’s Young Tall Poppy Awards, with recipients including Angela Crean as 2017 winner for her work on reproduction and environmental impacts on sperm and offspring.
Exploring a collection of items provided by the Conservatorium library, student Simon Polson came across a previously unknown manuscript by a world renowned composer.
From the bitter cold of Antarctica to the scorching sun of Jordan, Dr Gillian Deakin has always taken her extensive medical knowledge and skills where they’ll do the most good. This is a doctor with a difference.
There’s movement at the station. Guy Coleman is part of a wave of agriculture graduates finding opportunities to transform the industry with new perspectives and technologies. He’s using and creating online resources that provide a platform for education and discussion.
Even older than the University's oldest buildings, the first book of Senate Minutes is kept safe in our Archives. Every carefully written word represents the nation-changing ambition that defined the birth of the University of Sydney.
The odds were against Chris Hanley starting the Byron Bay Writer's Festival. Brought up in a non-reading household, he still went on to graduate, succeed in business and open the books on one of Australia's favourite festivals.
Called the war to end all wars, it only ended empires. World War I changed the world forever, and Australia left the battlefields with a new national identity. The cost was high and the sacrifices are still remembered.
Hugh King was a city boy who went country. By taking opportunities that came his way, and through a lifelong appreciation for technological innovation, he found success in academic study, farming and business.
After 20 years of study, Dr Stuart Grieve has a comprehensive knowledge of what radiology can reveal about the human body. His current work at the Charles Perkins Centre involves trialling a dramatic new advance imaging technology.
Cardiologist, Dr Rosemary Hackworthy, has developed her skills alongside the great advances in imaging technology. Once the only female cardiologist in Sydney, she has helped pioneer important imaging research.