The University was awarded $1.7m in Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage grants, underscoring its position at the forefront of transformative research, driving innovation and positive societal change. 
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Emma Johnston said the University, evidenced through its 2032 Strategy, is committed to partnering with industry, community, and government to design evidence-based policies and leverage our expertise to solve real world problems.   
“Congratulations to our academics who have been awarded funding to work with partners on critical issues spanning human rights to sustainable aquaculture.  
 “These partnerships underscore our dedication to translating research into tangible solutions that positively impact communities in Australia and beyond."
Australia’s policy of indefinite mandatory detention is harming detainees’ friends, family and supporters, according to a new study by the Sydney Centre for Healthy Societies (SCHS) at The University of Sydney.
Researchers are using 3D mapping techniques to capture the Great Barrier Reef in incredible detail in order to study the effects of global warming and the extent of coral bleaching.