University of Sydney

Camperdown NSW 2006, Australia
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Linguistics - Sep 23
The new CREATE Centre will generate research and innovative educational experiences to ensure creativity and the Arts are at the centre of places of learning Together with external creative arts and education powerhouses, University of Sydney academics aim to embed creativity in curricula so that students become 21st Century-ready Although resea
Transport - Sep 23
Transport

Electric cars, trains, trams and boats already exist. That logically leads to the question: why are we not seeing large electric aircraft? And will we see them any time soon? Aeronautical engineering academic, Dr Dries Verstraete explains.

Innovation - Sep 23
Innovation

Tickets are now available for Raising the Bar 2019. Join us across the CBD, Surry Hills and - for the first time - Paramatta, as 21 academics deliver 21 talks across 11 bars in one night.

Astronomy - Sep 20
Astronomy

Astronomy - and physics itself - stand on the brink of a revolution. Despite Einstein's theory of general relativity proving itself an astoundingly precise predictor of physical events, we also know something is not quite right.

Health - Sep 18

Launched today, the Faculty of Engineering's new School of Biomedical Engineering aims to "continue the University's record of real-world problem-solving." The University of Sydney today announced the launch of its new School of Biomedical Engineering , investing in the development of advanced biomedical technologies such as lab-grown organs, bionic eyes and implantable medical devices.

Health - Sep 16
Health

When their beloved pet was catastrophically injured, the Furina family could not afford to pay for her care.

Life Sciences - Sep 23

A language app to improve diagnosis and peer-support dementia coaching are some of the Sydney projects aiming to tackle the obstacles and stigma surrounding dementia. Our people and projects are part of the global discussion aiming to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia this September.

Event - Sep 23

The University of Sydney has received a SAGE Athena SWAN Bronze Award, as part of its commitment to the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) initiative. SAGE is a partnership between the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.

Social Sciences - Sep 20

Undergraduate students Madhullikaa Singh from Mumbai and Aryan Bhatia from Delhi are the inaugural recipients of the two major scholarships offered under the Sydney Scholars India Scholarship program, valued at up to AU$200,000 (INR 10,000,000) each.

Computer Science - Sep 16
Computer Science

Last week, Pixar co-founder and first director of computer graphics at Lucasfilms, Dr Alvy Ray Smith joined our Dean of Engineering to discuss the immeasurable impact of one 20th century invention: the pixel.

Social Sciences - Sep 13
Social Sciences

With wealth inequality in Australia showing no sign of slowing, it is now a person's assets - rather than their employment status - that operates as the key decider and distributor of their life chances, argue University of Sydney researchers in a new paper.





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