An urban mobile gaming researcher explains what Pokémon Go and Ingress can tell us about augmented reality experiences.
Pokémon Go might be getting young people off the couch, but an award-winning new app will give them the chance to connect and make new friends while exercising when it is piloted for the first time at the University of Sydney this July.
Westmead will become Western Sydney’s economic powerhouse with a cluster of up to 50,000 knowledge jobs by 2036, according to a report commissioned by the University of Sydney and its partners in the Westmead Alliance.
Two deals signed by US Vice President Joe Biden and NSW Premier Mike Baird will advance the ‘Cancer Moonshot’ initiative to accelerate proteogenomics research and its translation to better cancer care.
A team of Sydney astronomers who developed pioneering ‘hexabundle’ technology has won the inaugural Peter McGregor prize for their instrumentation that illuminates whole galaxies rather than just showing pieces of the universal puzzle.
Australia needs a new, long-term strategy for research, writes Professor Duncan Ivison, Deputy VIce Chancellor (Research).
Scientists spanning Australia and Germany have revealed the underlying mechanics enabling supercontinents to separate as part of a five-year Australian Research Council and industry-funded project.
Media law expert from Sydney Law School, Michael Douglas, explains why Pokémon Go and New South Wales courtrooms do not mix.
Quantum computing is a leap closer to reality with a chemistry breakthrough demonstrating it is possible for nanomaterials to operate at room temperature rather than at abolute zero experienced in deep space (-273C).
It’s not long before the winter holidays come to a close, but there’s plenty of reasons to look forward to coming back to campus for Semester 2 on 25 July.