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A total of $600,000 has been awarded to promote gender balance in senior academic roles, support primary carers and assist researchers with disabilities.
Identification of three molecules that can be used to accurately assess pre-diabetes – a key predictor of conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure – has brought precision medicine for humans a step closer.
We asked the Director of our Culture Strategy about the Culture Taskforce and its significance to the University’s Strategic Plan, as well as the Culture Survey asking staff about their experience of the University’s culture.
Four researchers awarded NHMRC fellowships, totalling $716,000.
The University's cutting-edge research capacity, extensive program of instrument upgrades and new installations planned for 2018 will be showcased at the Core Research Facilities Annual Symposium.
The final day of Semester 2 and the exam period will be on 25 November.
The annual Women at Sydney symposium is back for 2017. Join us on 28 November as we discuss equality in Australia and strategies to develop careers at the University.
The makers of Venezuela's leading satirical news site El Chigüire Bipolar discuss the politics of satire with The Chaser.
Getting service support just got simpler, with one new number to contact Campus Security, ICT, Human Resources, Campus Infrastructure & Services, Finance, and the University Switchboard. Phone (02) 9351 2000 or remember the extension 12000 on-campus.
ICT is upgrading the University's Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. Make sure your settings are up to date before 30 November.
Commencing 20 November and continuing through until the end of the month AARnet will undergo a series of upgrades in multiple campus sites and locations.
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