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11 June 2019

Sydney experts help secure Australia's place in Remembrance Alliance

Scholars from the University of Sydney's Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies played a vital role in helping Australia secure membership to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
11 June 2019

Honorary doctorate awarded to Chief Justice of New South Wales

University graduate and New South Wales Supreme Court Chief Justice, The Honourable Thomas Frederick Bathurst AC QC has received a Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) from the University of Sydney.
11 June 2019

Are pharma payments to nurses impacting your healthcare?

New analysis reveals pharmaceutical industry payments to Australian non-prescribing healthcare professionals such as nurses and pharmacists are substantial, raising questions around influence and a call for greater transparency.
10 June 2019

Six female professors awarded Order of Australia

Outstanding members of the University of Sydney community including six female professors have been recognised in the 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours.
09 June 2019

New device could replace need for diabetes pin prick testing

University of Sydney researchers along with industry and government partners recently unveiled a breath ketone analyser at the Hong Kong International Medical and Healthcare Fair.
07 June 2019

University recognises support from Buildcorp founders

The co-founders of giant construction firm Buildcorp, Tony Sukkar AM and Josephine Sukkar AM, have been made Honorary Fellows of the University of Sydney in recognition of their longstanding and continuing contribution to the University.
06 June 2019

Sydney team awarded $1m industry grant for new cattle vaccine

A team of scientists at the University of Sydney have been awarded a $1 million grant by Meat and Livestock Australia to fund new vaccine development for feedlot cattle.
06 June 2019

Dementia research finds its perfect match online

A new online matching service is set to revolutionise the way people with dementia and researchers connect, fast-tracking more effective and inclusive dementia research across Australia.
06 June 2019

Koala drinking stations can reduce impact of climate change

Working with farmers in western NSW, biologist Dr Valentina Mella has discovered that koalas will supplement their water needs at drinking stations during extreme weather. This offers a strategy to assist the threatened species survive climate change.
05 June 2019

Outgoing BOCSAR Director appointed to Sydney Law School role

Dr Don Weatherburn has accepted an appointment as Adjunct Professor within the University of Sydney Law School.