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While FitBits, Apple Watches and Garmin sportswatches have motivated people to get more active, a new University of Sydney study has revealed that activity tracker users are missing out on key opportunities to meet their health and fitness goals.
A new partnership will see the University of Sydney work closely with Germany's national space agency the German Aerospace Center (DLR) on new space engineering projects.
Lifelong connections and the importance of an open mind were Steve Muscat's key takeaways when looking back on his time at university.
Robotics and artificial intelligence to support people with disability are just the tip of the iceberg, says the newly appointed Ainsworth Chair of Technology and Innovation.
3D-printed parts are not new but their use is set to explode among key industries including those in the aerospace, automotive and biomedical sectors.
Leah Cooke’s industry internship in fire protection led her to a thesis that could have implications for building design and fire egress.
Engineering extraordinaire, Professor Salah Sukkarieh, tackles what it means to be human in the wake of artificial intelligence.
A new spray dryer developed by chemical engineers at the University of Sydney could offer food and medicine businesses a more efficient and cost-effective method for producing their goods.
University of Sydney engineer Professor Salah Sukkarieh has won the 2017 CSIRO Eureka Prize for Leadership in Innovation and Science, presented at a gala dinner on 30 August in the Sydney Town Hall...