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22 May 2018

Academy of Science awards Sydney scientists with highest honour

Professors Dacheng Tao, Geordie Williamson, Jennie Brand-Miller and Chris Dickman recognised for outstanding contributions to Australian science.
21 May 2018

Stargazing world record attempt at the University of Sydney

Astronomy lovers are banding together in an attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the most people stargazing at one time. With 112 registered star sites, the University of Sydney is set to be one of the busiest.
18 May 2018

University of Sydney celebrates Australia-China business excellence

The University of Sydney Business School sponsored the 2018 Westpac AustCham Australia-China Business Awards (ACBA) gala dinner, held in Shanghai last night.
18 May 2018

Sydney Film Festival partnership to thrill film lovers

64 years and thousands of films since the first Sydney Film Festival was held at its Camperdown campus, the University of Sydney will return to support the event as an Education Partner in 2018.
18 May 2018

National Reconciliation Week: Why history matters

Ahead of National Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academics from the University of Sydney explore how the theme – Don’t let history be a mystery – is crucial to their work, and Australia’s future.
17 May 2018

30 industry and community partners now offering student projects

The University of Sydney's industry and community project units will expand in Semester 2, giving students even greater opportunity to work on authentic, real-world problems set out by 30 leading industry, community and government organisations.
14 May 2018

University of Sydney to continue partnership with TEDx in 2018

The University of Sydney will partner with ideas platform TEDx Sydney for the 7th year running, with University academics and alumni among the 2018 speaker line-up.
14 May 2018

New bowel cancer chair says a treatment revolution is on its way

Bowel cancer treatment is set to be transformed by technology, says Professor Mark Molloy, the University of Sydney's first chair to specialise in the disease.

10 May 2018

Professor Geordie Williamson elected Fellow of the Royal Society

Just 10 years after completing his doctorate, Professor Geordie Williamson has been recognised for his fundamental contribution to representation theory in mathematics.
08 May 2018

Universities in a world of rising inequality and technological change

Universities can help address rising inequality and threats to the long-term sustainability of liberal democracy, writes Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Duncan Ivison.