Some of the University’s brightest undergraduate engineering students have spent the first few weeks of semester coming up with innovative new ideas to help leading engineering firm Cardno navigate a drone-enabled future.
University of Sydney researchers have found a solution for one of the biggest stumbling blocks preventing zinc-air batteries from overtaking conventional lithium-ion batteries as the power source of choice in electronic devices.
Invoking the ANZUS treaty was unnecessary, writes Professor James Curran for the Australian Financial Review.
As part of National Science Week, the University of Sydney will host a screening of Gattaca followed by a panel discussion about ethics and genomics.
What are the biggest misconceptions about being an academic? What are the challenges academics face every day? What is it really like to break new ground, to discover something no one else has before?
The Ruggles Scholarship is helping veterinary science students achieve their dreams. We investigate the story behind the scholarship and chat to the grateful students receiving a financial paw.
From the black box recorder and the pacemaker, to Wifi and the bionic ear, for more than 160 years, we've been fostering innovation. But what does innovation really mean and why is it important?
Sydney Conservatorium of Music's Professor Liza Lim is appealing to festival and concert programmers in Australia for an equal gender split in music commissions and performances.
WATCH: Seasnakes are turning black because of pollution, a study in New Caledonia has shown, while the snakes in pristine waters retain their stripes. Corresponding author Professor Rick Shine explains the phenomenon in a video.