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2022

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17 June 2022

Sydney welcomes NSW funding for biomedical research complex

The University of Sydney today welcomed the announcement by the NSW Government of $143.3 million over four years towards the establishment of a first-of-its-kind Australian health and technology complex in Sydney.
10 June 2022

Digital tool gives surgeons a pre-theatre rehearsal

Surgical planning tool designed by Engineering PhD student advances the efficacy of next generation 3D-printed bone implants.
09 June 2022

Sydney 41st in world in QS rankings

The University of Sydney continues to perform strongly in the highly regarded QS World University Rankings, ranking 41st in the world.
27 May 2022

NSW gives an $8 million boost to Tech Central

NSW government launches $8 million fund to help drive research and commercialisation activity in the Tech Central precinct centred on Sydney's Central Station and including the University of Sydney and UTS.

26 May 2022

Sydney trailblazers appointed to the Academy of Science

World-renowned experts from biology, computer science, mathematics and physics have been elected as fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.
23 May 2022

Satellite navigation's new player: Europe's Galileo

Since the first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, was launched by the Soviet Union in 1957; the earth-to-space traffic hasn't stopped. Numerous technologies are now connected to satellites in some way. André Bauer is working to keep that connection strong.
09 May 2022

How food choices can help the planet

A new book published by researchers at the University of Sydney and Curtin University explores how global food production and consumption are impacting the environment and contributing to emissions, offering a positive, sustainable way forward.
03 May 2022

Successful test launch a giant leap for rocketry team

The University's rocketry team have successfully launched their rocket, Bluewren, ahead of a prestigious international student rocketry competition held annually in the United States.
02 May 2022

Sensor bracelet designed to give back control to hand-impaired

Australian researchers are developing a 3D printed bracelet to allow people living with hand-impairment to easily use computers and play video games.
14 April 2022

Silicon-carbide modulator overcomes decades long 'missing block'

A collaboration with Harvard University has led to the development of a new-generation electro-optic modulator that could stamp out its bulky predecessor through the creation of a smaller, stronger, cooler, faster and cost-effective on-chip system.