INSPIRED – the campaign to support the University of Sydney has welcomed its 40,000th donor, an alumna whose family association with the University dates back to the early 1900s.
A major gift to the University will enable research into the relationship between oral health and whole-of-body health to find new ways to prevent chronic disease.
Australia’s second leading cause of cancer deaths, bowel cancer, is receiving a major boost thanks to Bowel Cancer Australia and the University of Sydney.
Discoveries that have been beyond the realms of human imagination – from the centre of the sun to the edge of the universe could be made possible by the next generation of young astrophysicists thanks to the support of Professor Richard Hunstead of the University of Sydney, and his wife, Penny.
Scholarships and fellowships created by generous alumni mean talented students at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music will have extraordinary opportunities.
We ask INSPIRED board member Anthony Lee why supporting higher education is so important to him.
Associate Professor Curtis is more than 18 months into a six-year study examining the incidence of severe paediatric trauma made possible by a generous donation from the Day of Difference Foundation.
Researchers have uncovered surprising new links in the worldwide obesity epidemic by examining how our rapidly changing environment interacts with our appetite for protein.
The Freilich Research Fund supports regular maintenance days at the Australian Stuttering Research Centre, enabling participants with a stutter to develop speaking techniques and build confidence.
The RateIT project, supported by the Henry Halloran Trust, is set to make public transport much more responsive to passenger needs, and ultimately improve public transport in Australia.