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17 January 2020

Bushfires left millions of animals dead. We should use them, not bury them.

Carcasses can play a positive role as landscapes recover from bushfires, providing rich nutrients for other native animal, microbial and plant species.
17 January 2020

Live-in program inspires future engineers

25 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from years 10, 11 and 12 have attended a one-week program at the Faculty of Engineering to learn key skills and meet experts from the sector.
17 January 2020

Changes to Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness

Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness, the body responsible for all of the University of Sydney's sport, fitness and recreation activities, begins 2020 with a change of structure and management.
15 January 2020

Davy Jones' locker opened: how metals stay on top of the seafloor

Understanding how deep-ocean metals remain uncovered on the open sea floor could help geoscientists provide advice to the mining industry.
15 January 2020

Business School achieves 'triple crown' with AMBA accreditation

The University of Sydney Business School has cemented its place among the world's leading providers of business education with accreditation from AMBA, a leading authority on postgraduate management studies.
14 January 2020

What will shape our world in 2020?

In 2020, unrest in Hong Kong, political turbulence in Australia, and spats over social media will continue to dominate the news. Meanwhile, the gaming industry, significantly larger than the film and music industries, might experience travails and triumphs.
14 January 2020

University launches crowdfunding campaign for bushfire-affected animals

The University of Sydney is asking the public to support our emergency veterinary assistance for animals affected by the bushfires.
14 January 2020

Preparing for the hydrogen economy

University of Sydney researchers have found evidence of how hydrogen causes embrittlement of steels.
08 January 2020

Australia can expect far more fire catastrophes

Professor Dale Dominey-Howes says a proper disaster plan is worth the money. The scale of the current fire crisis is like nothing before, and our national response must be like nothing that has come before.
08 January 2020

More than one billion animals killed in Australian bushfires

Professor Chris Dickman has revised his estimate of the number of animals killed in bushfires in NSW to more than 800 million animals, with a national impact of more than one billion animals.