The world-renowned Storr Liver Centre, established from the generous bequest of Robert Storr, has made ground-breaking advancements in the fight against liver cancer and the prevention and treatment of liver disease.
Australian Greens co-founder Bob Brown is receiving an honorary doctorate in recognition of his leadership and success advocating for environmental conservation, some 50 years after completing his Bachelor of Medicine in 1968
Robotics and artificial intelligence to support people with disability are just the tip of the iceberg, says the newly appointed Ainsworth Chair of Technology and Innovation.
When Winnie Theresa made the big move to Sydney from Jakarta to start her three-year medical science degree earlier this year, she had never lived away from home before.
As many as 3000 youth suicide attempts could be averted each year with a ‘YES’ vote for marriage equality, the nation’s leading youth mental health organisations have revealed today.
Sydney Medical School has received the internationally renowned ASPIRE-to-Excellence award in Assessment in a ceremony held in Helsinki, Finland on Monday 28 August.
Professor Iain McGregor explains how unlearning has led to a new way of seeing the world – from tennis to the perception of failure.
Lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries are amongst the hottest topics in materials research. We meet the chemist and SOAR Fellow designing, testing and optimising the fundamental chemical configurations of your future technology.
University of Sydney experts discuss how to best look after our minds and bodies as we age and discuss helpful insights that are changing people’s lives for the better.
Are you thinking about studying health but not sure which course might be right for you? This quiz will help you discover which health career suits your personality type.