Our community’s concern for a better way on drugs was well demonstrated in Sydney on June 13 – when Uniting launched its powerful documentary film, Half a Million Steps.
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.
Researchers from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are the first University of Sydney academics to receive research support from Facebook.
A field robotics start-up based on technology created by the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics has received a $6.5 million investment.
A field robotics start-up based on technology created by the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics has received a $6.5 million investment thanks to Australia’s longest running research commercialisation fund, Uniseed.
They came from as far afield as Dubbo, the Hunter and the Illawarra – and from across Greater Sydney.
When William Charles Wentworth spoke in the NSW Legislative Council in 1849 about the founding of the University of Sydney, he hoped that it may be a place whose “gates will be open to all, whether they are disciples of Moses or Jesus, of Brahmin, of Mahomet, of Vishnu, of Buddha”.
People born in a non-English speaking country have similar rates of disability as other Australians but are about half as likely to receive formal disability services according to a report launched in Redfern on February 13.
Uniting’s church-led drug law reform movement has welcomed the motion by the City of Sydney Council to urgently pursue a NSW drug summit.
One of the most enigmatic figures in Renaissance art, Giorgione, has been identified as the artist behind a drawing that remained undiscovered for over 500 years on the back page of a University of Sydney library book.
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