Safer and more productive national transport systems will be developed by a new ‘intelligent’ transport research centre, supported by multiple partners including the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics.
International Women’s Day on 8 March is a chance to celebrate the achievements of women and discuss what further steps can be taken to progress gender equity.
First year engineering and IT students, starting their university journey, stressed the importance of making connections in the first few weeks to help smooth the transition from high school to university.
In a new pilot program, students presented their ideas for real-world engineering problems to industry clients. Their solutions explored energy-efficient high-rise buildings and projected the future of transportation.
Two chemical engineering students head to Saudi Arabia for industry placement as part of the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering’s Major Industrial Project Placement Scholarship (MIPPS) scheme.
Preparing today's students for jobs that may not currently exist is what the University of Sydney's new Bachelor of Advanced Computing is all about.
Exceptional contributions to the fields of structural engineering and aeronautical engineering have seen two academics from the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies elected as Fellows.
Devising a way to greater protect complex photonic devices from internal and external disturbances is a key issue in the photonics integration industry, but PhD candidate Andri Mahendra may have the solution.
Seminars with inspiring women engineers, hands-on industry workshops and a tour of our wind tunnel were just a few of the experiences offered at the inaugural STEM Girls@Sydney event held this week at the University of Sydney.
Five Australian high schools have earned their place in the Zero Robotics global championship final seeking the ultimate accolade of being chosen to control robots on the international space station.