Two civil engineering academics join the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies. Their research will specialise in wind and infrastructure, as well as energy systems and thermal.
The University of Sydney has launched a new $7.5 million research centre in partnership with world-leading robotics company UBTECH Robotics to explore untapped opportunities in Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Four students undertaking their industry placement at Accenture have been developing data analytics and automation tools for their client’s operational applications.
By infusing chicken feed with Vitamin K1, researchers from the University of Sydney together with industry partner, Agricure are making chickens healthier, more productive and able to lay nutrient-rich eggs.
The unique gel can be injected into the body to help regenerate damaged tissue such as bones and cartilage. After only five years of development, this patented university-researched biomedical technology will go to human trials.
Exceptional lifetime contributions to the field of geotechnical engineering have earned retired School of Civil Engineering Professor Emeritus Harry Poulos top honours on the international stage.
The high cost, limited usefulness, poor fit and comfort, and deficient device training for new prosthetic devices mean that many recipients are unable to take advantage of new technologies.
Papua New Guinea (PNG), in the southwestern Pacific, is best known for its dense rainforest, coral reefs and the Kokoda Trail. It's likely not somewhere you'd expect a university student to be keen to do his industry experience.
University of Sydney PhD biomedical engineering candidate, Seamus Thomson secured a 10-week internship with NASA's Ames Research in California in 2016 and was asked to continue for a further year after he impressed the team.
Two outstanding researchers have received fellowships: to develop sensors for disease and contamination detection, and create a new generation of wearable devices and membranes from novel carbon nanomaterials.