16 December 2020

Sydney University and General Electric to drive Australian manufacturing

GE subsidiary GE Additive and the University of Sydney are creating a high-tech hub to usher in new era of advanced manufacturing in Australia. Advanced manufacturing could add up to $30 billion to Australia's manufacturing output by 2026.
16 December 2020

'Same old housing' not right for modern Australia

New research finds that new homes being built in Australia are failing to meet the changing needs of Australia's diverse population in terms of the size and form of dwellings, tenure options and their affordability.
15 December 2020

Sydney wins top two spots in NSW Government innovation challenge

The University of Sydney innovations led by spin-off DetectED-X has won the NSW Government's R&D Innovation Districts Challenges focused on tackling the pandemic, taking the lion's share of seed funding for product development.

15 December 2020

Creativity during COVID-19

The challenges of COVID-19 provided creative inspiration for graduating students from the Sydney College of the Arts Master of the Moving Image (MMI) degree. These films will screen at the MMI Graduation Showcase on 19 December.
15 December 2020

NHMRC success for University of Sydney researchers

More than $18 million has been awarded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) for 21 health and medical research projects.
15 December 2020

Smart Summer Books

We asked the Heads of Schools in Humanities to nominate some of the must-read academic books of 2020. Grab a cup of tea and get into them.
15 December 2020

Make Sense

The energy and activity that normally fills the Wilkinson building moved into a virtual space this year, allowing students to showcase their work in a new dynamic form with a wide audience. The Architecture and Design Graduate Exhibition is now available to view online.
14 December 2020

Sydney wins prestigious global education award

The University of Sydney dominated this year's QS Reimagine Education awards, with the Business School's Job Smart Edge initiative winning the overall Global Education Award for its comprehensive program to provide international students employability skills and experience for their future careers.
14 December 2020

Four reasons why the cashless 'welfare' card trial must stop

Associate Professor Ruth Phillips argues against a program that limits what people can buy with welfare payments. The program has just been extended by two years.
11 December 2020

World-class new university campus at Parramatta/Westmead

A world-class multi-disciplinary university campus will be able to be delivered within the Westmead Health and Innovation District with the signing of a framework agreement between the NSW Government and the University of Sydney.