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30 September 2022

Finding solutions for climate change accelerated health issues

NanoHealth 2.0 will focus on delivering sustainable real-world solutions to the growing health challenges exacerbated by climate change and develop tools to address the impact on climate change caused by the health sector.

01 September 2022

University of Sydney welcomes US Ambassador

The University of Sydney yesterday welcomed Caroline Kennedy, the US ambassador to Australia, who met with the Vice-Chancellor and toured the University's campus and hubs of research, including the United States Studies Centre and the University of Sydney Nano Institute.

19 August 2022

Climate threat to food supply chains creates 'domino effect'

New modelling by a multidisciplinary team of researchers shows the impact climate change and extreme weather events could have on food supply chains, with adverse effects on income, food and nutrient availability.
12 July 2022

Sydney researchers named 2022 Young Tall Poppies

Three University of Sydney researchers have been awarded 2022 Young Tall Poppy Science Awards in recognition of their work across engineering, medicine and health, and science.
27 June 2022

University to drive NSW's semiconductor capability

The Semiconductor Sector Service Bureau (S3B) brings together leading experts from the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, CSIRO and the Australian National Fabrication Facility.
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.