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30 October 2018

Five wins at the NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering

University of Sydney researchers have been recognised for their work by the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian at an awards ceremony held at Government House, hosted by Governor David Hurley.
30 October 2018

Mentoring prepares women for the workforce

The 2018 Women's Mentoring Program connects female engineering students with alumni mentors to learn valuable insights, helping them navigate the transition from the university lab to the workplace.
24 October 2018

Young scientist paving the way for the 4th Industrial Revolution

2018 Young Scientist Dr Mahyar Shirvanimoghaddam, an expert in Internet of Things and sustainable power sources, attended the World Economic Forum in Tianjin to discuss the fourth Industrial Revolution with leaders in business, government and academia.
18 October 2018

5 things we learnt at Research Conversazione

Farming robots, human breast milk and IoT cybersecurity may seem like unrelated topics, but they all came together under one roof at the Faculty of Engineering and IT's premier annual research event, Research Conversazione.
18 October 2018

Sydney could move away from centralised CBD model

A multidisciplinary team at the University has found that Sydney could soon transform from a monocentric urban model to a polycentric one - but the shift isn't likely to be influenced by lengthy commute times
18 October 2018

Sydney Nano announces its five Grand Challenge projects

Professor Ben Eggleton has outlined the defining projects that will shape the direction of Sydney Nano following a competitive process that attracted high-quality applications from across the University of Sydney community.
18 October 2018

Climate stress will make cities more vulnerable, Angkor research reveals

A multidisciplinary team has used an in-depth mapping system to uncover the external factors and infrastructure vulnerabilities leading to the fall of ancient Angkor, and the results come with a warning for our modern cities.
12 October 2018

New recipes for food sustainability

To celebrate World Food Day, we’re giving you a taste of just some of the food innovation and sustainability research on the menu in the Faculty of Engineering.
12 October 2018

Data science research collaboration MOU signed

The Centre for Translational Data Science and The Alan Turing Institute have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on joint research projects of strategic importance to the Australian economy.
10 October 2018

New funding to help five engineers and computer scientists soar

Next generation machine learning for surgery, computational neuroscience, and predicting epileptic seizures are just some of the innovative research areas to benefit from new university-wide funding.