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01 August 2018

World-leading diet and ageing researcher joins Sydney

Professor Luigi Fontana - a biogerontologist in the field of diet and its role in healthy longevity in humans - has joined the University of Sydney as the Leonard P Ullmann Chair of Translational Metabolic Health.
31 July 2018

AGL and undergraduates partner for new perspective

Six undergraduate student projects explored what our electricity grid might look like in the future and what the lifestyle and wider social implications will be for the choices we make.
18 July 2018

Thirteen subjects among the top 50 globally

Thirteen subjects taught at the University of Sydney are among the top 50 globally, the 2018 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS) reveal.
18 July 2018

Kennards: a business primed for the future

For generations, Kennards Hire has been part of the business landscape. Through the University of Sydney's Executive MBA, CEO Angus Kennard is embracing change while staying true to founding principles.
17 July 2018

A head and a heart for business

Successful business woman, Mary Henderson, knows opportunity doesn't come to everyone. Mature-age study at the University of Sydney confirmed that idea, as she worked to advance causes important to her.

16 July 2018

Sydney Analytical launches world-class facility for researchers

The University of Sydney unveils its newest core facility, Sydney Analytical, with capabilities in spectroscopy, x-ray analysis, chemical characterisation, training and access for industry.
12 July 2018

The family that's part of University history

For almost as long as it's been possible for women to study at the University of Sydney, women from Anne Bollen's family have been here. That proud tradition continues.

12 July 2018

Architecture boosted by major gift from Susan and Garry Rothwell

A high-profile Sydney couple say too many of our city's big building projects go to international firms. They plan to 'turbocharge' Australian architecture with a generous donation.
11 July 2018

Volunteers shine at University archaeology dig

Archaeologists don't see much Indiana Jones-style action, but at a long-running University dig in Cyprus, archaeology professionals and volunteers share the adventure.
09 July 2018

Fellowships to support outstanding early-career researchers

The University of Sydney Fellowships allow outstanding postdocs to conduct innovative, multidisciplinary work at one of the world's top 45 research universities. Applications close on 19 August 2018.