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29 March 2023

New tech could enable more efficient fibre-optical telecommunications

The unique development could pave the way for the creation of technologies predicated on micro-manufacturing, such as more efficient fibre-optical telecommunications, data centres, micro-3D cameras and even future quantum computers.
28 March 2023

University of Sydney researcher wins coveted $8 million Snow Fellowship

The Snow Medical Research Foundation (Snow Medical) has awarded Associate Professor Lining (Arnold) Ju and his team from the University of Sydney's School of Biomedical Engineering an $8 million Fellowship.
27 March 2023

Why study chemical engineering at Sydney?

When you study chemical engineering, you'll join a field that uses specialist knowledge and problem-solving to create sustainable solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges.

23 March 2023

How can we stop scammers slipping fake texts into legitimate SMS threads?

Dr Suranga Seneviratne from the Faculty of Engineering and Professor Carol Hsu from the Business School analyse how the proposed registry will help prevent these scams.

21 March 2023

Why autumn isn't a good time to predict if El Niño is coming

Dr Nandini Ramesh, a Research Associate in the Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Science and Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO Data61 reveals why we can't predict El Niño after three consecutive La Niña years. 

15 March 2023

New process gives CO2 conversion more "bang for buck"

A new chemical process is giving carbon capture and conversion "more bang for buck" by more efficiently converting captured CO2 into multi-carbon products like ethylene, which are used in a wide range of everyday products from pharmaceuticals to plastics. 

03 March 2023

Sydney academics and alumni awarded 2023 Fulbright Scholarships

From fluorescent nanoparticles to novel quantum sensors in medical imaging, academics and alumni of the University of Sydney have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships.