14 November 2022

Research unravelling the "mystery" of extreme waves

Ocean waves up to 30 metres that seemingly appear at random have long inspired legend and stumped scientists. Now, researchers at the University of Sydney and Kyoto University are unravelling their mysteries.
04 November 2022

Professor Elizabeth New wins AFR Emerging Leader award

The University of Sydney has been recognised in the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards 2022 - winning the Emerging Leader category and reaching the finals in Employability and Research Commercialisation.

02 November 2022

Can robots and AI help address the world's food security issues?

Agricultural robotics expert Professor Salah Sukkarieh will this week address the United Nations on the role of agricultural robotics in improving global food security.
01 November 2022

Why study electrical engineering at Sydney?

Studying electrical engineering at Sydney will provide you with the skills to power the world by designing, creating, developing and managing systems in areas such as computer systems, electronics, telecommunications and the Internet of Things.

19 October 2022

Professor Brian Uy named ATSE Fellow

Professor Brian Uy, Head of the School of Civil Engineering, has been elected as a 2022 Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE).
05 October 2022

Empowering a brighter future

A scholarship has bolstered Rameen Malik's vision of an equitable resource sector at home and around the world.
04 October 2022

When art inspires engineering

Could the interface between art and science be more than just a source of inspiration and instead be used to unlock new scientific approaches?
30 September 2022

Stand out in the field of cybersecurity

Our Master of Cybersecurity will provide you with an expert-level understanding of leading attack and defence techniques, assessing the security of networked systems, and applying cybersecurity strategies at the organisational level.
26 September 2022

Majority of Gen Z unaware of how meat consumption impacts climate

A survey of young Australians by a University of Sydney researcher found that while the majority believe climate change is anthropogenic - caused by humans - fewer than half understand the impact of livestock and meat consumption.
20 September 2022

Why study mechatronic engineering at Sydney?

Design the smart systems of the future like the Mars curiosity rover or an autonomous vehicle with a degree in mechatronic engineering.