As we celebrate International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8 March, we take a look at how women are progressing at Macquarie and how the University is ‘Stepping it Up for Gender Equality’.
On World Hearing Day last week, Professor David McAlpine, kicked off an initiative to start a campaign for hearing health.
Macquarie researchers awarded $1m to test the effectiveness of Vitamin D in treating prostate cancer.
Professor Gayle Avery addressed the G77 in Bangkok last week following an invitation from the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the United Nations.
US researcher lands to help examine mechanisms of choice and decision in the honeybee brain.
As the head of the Department of Health Systems and Populations, Dr Sonia Allan will drive programs and research to address the health needs of the 21st century.
From Thursday 17 March, more than 1000 high school students will compete in the annual FIRST Robotics Competition at Sydney Olympic Park – and you’re invited!
The newly-named Student Representative Committee (SRC) was highly active during O Week, marking the beginning of a new year and new chapter in student representation at Macquarie.
In our latest podcast episode, meet Professor Jeanette Kennett from the Department of Philosophy.
Thousands of students, both new and returning flooded the campus last week for O Week activities and fun. See a snap shot of the week in pictures.
The recent installation of new solar lighting on campus is shining a light on our One Planet goals.
Each year Macquarie staff receive two days of Community Volunteering Leave in order to give back to the community. What will you do with yours in 2016?