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2020

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20 November 2020

Sydney has the most influential academics in Australia

Two academic rankings lists published recently cement the University of Sydney's position as a world leader in research.
18 November 2020

The graduate degree unravelling the complexity of the unexpected

Gain the skills and technical understanding to deal with the complex challenges posed by our interconnected world and rapidly changing technology, such as pandemics, climate change, population growth, and security with our Master of Complex Systems.
12 November 2020

Same storm, different boats: a reflection on COVID-19 models

In March, a group of researchers from the Centre for Complex Systems modelled how varying rates of social distancing could affect the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic across a very diverse Australian population.
10 November 2020

Cleaner, cheaper, more efficient: the future of energy

The world is on the precipice of a cleaner, cheaper and more efficient energy future. Here's how Australia can capitalise on digital technologies and emerge as an energy leader.
04 November 2020

Up-and-coming researchers awarded $10m

24 academics have been awarded funding through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
04 November 2020

Modelling could help predict heart disease in people with type 2 diabetes

University of Sydney engineers have developed a model aimed to predict the risk of people living with type 2 diabetes developing cardiovascular disease.
28 October 2020

Quality teaching spurs jump in Times subject rankings

The University shows strong performance in the Times Higher Education subject rankings.
21 October 2020

Scholarships in the Faculty of Engineering

Discover more about our available undergraduate engineering, computer science and project management scholarships as well as our top tips on how to prepare an effective application.
19 October 2020

University students' subject combinations may affect their performance

Many university students enrol in a diverse combination of subjects from various disciplines. A new analysis suggests that outcomes for such students tend to vary, depending on how they perform generally.
19 October 2020

Sydney research could lead to customised cochlear implants

A School of Biomedical Engineering researcher has analysed the accuracy of predictions for cochlear implant outcomes, with a view to further improve their performance in noisy environments.