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Biomedical engineering

17 October 2019

Sydney performs strongly in engineering and computer science rankings

The Faculty of Engineering has risen in the 2020 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by subject, and is now ranked 86th in the world for both engineering and computer science.
16 October 2019

Academic celebrated for contributions to biomedical research

Professor Hala Zreiqat AM has received further recognition of her innovative engineering research, inducted as a fellow into the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
09 October 2019

Summer scholarships give students hands-on research experience

The Faculty of Engineering's Summer Research Scholarships give students the opportunity to work with experienced academics on their research, to get a taste of what life is like for engineering researchers.
30 September 2019

Biomedical engineer recognised by Royal Society of NSW

University of Sydney biomedical engineering Professor Hala Zreiqat AM has been recognised by her peers for ongoing contributions in her field by Royal Society of New South Wales, the oldest scientific society in the state.
23 September 2019

ARC Laureate Fellowship for applied physics and surface engineer

University of Sydney researcher Professor Marcela Bilek has been awarded $3.3 million to engage in innovative biomedical research after being named a recipient of the prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowship scheme, funded by the Australian Research Council.
05 August 2019

Engineering scholar helps provide gift of hearing

Obtaining a six-month research internship with Cochlear through the Engineering Sydney Industry Placement Scholarship Program served as the ideal opportunity for one student to immerse herself in the biomedical industry and help change lives.
07 November 2018

The computing degree driving healthcare innovation

Equipping professionals with the technological skills needed to transform healthcare is at the heart of the Master of Health Technology Innovation, the first cross-disciplinary degree developed through the Charles Perkins Centre.
24 August 2018

Celebrating the legacy of a biomedical engineering pioneer

The leadership and vision of Professor Andrew Ruys has contributed to the outstanding success of the University of Sydney’s biomedical engineering program – now the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere.
25 July 2018

Making speech clearer for cochlear implant recipients like myself

Greg Watkins, a PhD student in biomedical engineering at the University of Sydney, is profoundly deaf. Now with his own cochlear implant, Greg is developing new metrics to improve how recipients hear speech. This is his inspiring story.