The announcement of our partnership with Microsoft is the latest of many nanotechnology and quantum science research landmarks made at the University of Sydney. We showcase some recent highlights below.
A multi-year partnership announced today establishes ongoing investment focused on Sydney's Quantum Nanoscience Laboratory to scale-up devices, as Microsoft moves from research to real-world engineering of quantum machines.
The University of Sydney's Professor Rick Shine hopes to reduce the deadly threat from cane toads invading Australia's Kimberley region by teaching native predators to eat small toads instead of large ones.
Professor Gregg Suaning - a global leader in implantable bionics - has joined the University of Sydney, stepping into the role of Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies.
Climate change is often seen as a global issue but over the past 20 years it has become a vital urban issue. At a Sydney Ideas event next Wednesday, Professor Harriet Bulkeley will explain why cities are both part of the cause and the solution to climate change.
Sydney researchers are driving the design and development of nanowires forward, with new insights to improve the efficient and cost-effective production of these highly sought after building blocks of nanodevices.
Australia has little to gain by rushing a free trade deal during Brexit angst, writes Associate Professor Mark Melatos for the Australian Financial Review.
The University’s much-loved jacaranda graced the southern end of the Quadrangle for 88 years before dying in 2016. The planting of a native flame tree and a clone of the original jacaranda was celebrated in a special ceremony today.
Our researchers are involved in a range of public events for this year's Sydney Science Festival from 8 to 20 August.
Some local councils are more tolerant than others about where residents may grow food. Why can't we grow food wherever we want? Dr Jennifer Kent explains.