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22 September 2020

Who is the weakest link? Understanding global supply chains

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused kinks in the movement of goods and services around the globe, but how important a role do multinational companies play in local economies and supply chains?
09 September 2020

University and Health Infrastructure unveil emergency ventilator

The University of Sydney has joined with Health Infrastructure and Vestech Medical to celebrate the success of the NSW government's Ventilator Innovation Project and unveil the completed "CoVida", an emergency ventilator.
08 September 2020

Gen Z not ready to eat lab-grown meat, survey reveals

New research by the University of Sydney and Curtin University has found that, despite having a great concern for the environment and animal welfare, Generation Z is not ready to eat lab-grown meat.
07 September 2020

From engineering student to chief engineer

University of Sydney mechanical engineering alumna Jane MacMaster shares how her love for maths and science flourished into a 27-year career that spans across many industries.
01 September 2020

Future food engineering expertise boosted by new arrivals

The University of Sydney has expanded its research expertise in the rapidly growing area of future food engineering with the arrival of two new appointments, including a dedicated Professor of Practice.
27 August 2020

Student entrepreneurs design solutions to real-world problems

University supports student entrepreneurs to take their big idea to the next level.
26 August 2020

Engineering degrees for the jobs of the future

The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering has made changes to its engineering curriculum to focus on building digital and computational skills across its undergraduate degrees.
21 August 2020

Five Young Tall Poppy Science Award winners

The Young Tall Poppy Science Awards recognise scientific research excellence and public outreach in early career researchers.
20 August 2020

Drilled Alaska: experts comment on Trump's oil and gas plan

The US Department of the Interior has approved oil and gas drilling in Alaska's pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. University of Sydney experts comment on the possible impact on the environment, Native Peoples and animal populations.
19 August 2020

4 ideas for the Pacific's most pressing humanitarian issues

This is what happened when 200 of the most inventive Australian students got together - virtually - for a weekend of humanitarian innovation hacking.