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Find out about upcoming events, recent discoveries and progress in the field of nanotechnology.

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22 June 2022

The secret of cells could be in their yo-yo-like tendencies

Biomedical engineer and physicist Dr Martinez-Martin has conducted new research that sheds light on the once-secretive growth behaviour of cells.
20 June 2022

Micro-device could pick up early signs of heart attack or stroke

Biomedical engineer Dr Arnold Lining Ju is developing a biomedical micro-device to detect changes in the blood before a heart attack or stroke takes place.
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.
21 February 2022

Superhero substance used in new bone implants to combat infection

Led by the University of Sydney, an international team has developed a new kind of bone implant that reduces the chance of infection, and therefore significantly decreases implant failure rates. In Australia, a fifth of conventional hip and knee replacements fail after 10 years.
04 February 2022

Sydney researchers recognised by Royal Society of NSW

University of Sydney researchers won four of eight 2021 Royal Society of NSW awards and a PhD student received a Royal Society Scholarship.
03 February 2022

Using radar to monitor burn victims and babies? It's now possible

University of Sydney scientists have achieved a technology breakthrough with potentially life-saving applications - all using an improved version of radar.
21 January 2022

Nanobubbles a pathway to better medical devices

Tiny gas bubbles could help reduce drag in small medical devices, university scientists have found. Drag can lead to clogging and damage biological samples, so this discovery could pave the way to more robust devices.