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17 December 2021

From war-torn Syria to the stages of Sydney

Yamaha artist, Sako Dermenjian is to complete a Masters degree at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music through the Greta Davis Equity Scholarship for Musically Talented Students.
17 December 2021

Researchers develop low-cost, long-range, high-data WiFi system

Researchers from the Centre for Internet of Things and Telecommunications are developing a long-range WiFi system that can be integrated into existing WiFi infrastructure to achieve long-range communication, high data rates and low latency for the mining industry.
17 December 2021

New Death of a Salesman filled with dream-like visions

Dr Huw Griffiths, senior lecturer in English Literature, unpacks the ill-founded hopes of the Loman family in a new production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman at Sydney Theatre Company.
17 December 2021

New Contemporaries

The inaugural New Contemporaries Online Showcase by Sydney College of the Arts presents the works of students from the Bachelor of Visual Arts, Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) and Masters of Moving Image.
16 December 2021

New study on-the-job program for trainee teachers

Thanks to the New South Wales Department of Education, the University will trial a program that allows certain students to start teaching in a classroom within six months of starting their degree.
16 December 2021

World-first consortium to fight global corneal blindness

In a world first, Australian leaders in corneal bioengineering have collaborated to form BIENCO, a consortium that will develop bioengineered eye tissue to treat corneal blindness.

15 December 2021

Sir Elton John Global Exchange Program

The Sydney Conservatorium of Music is one of only 12 conservatories in the world selected for the Royal Academy of Music's Sir Elton John Global Exchange Program.
13 December 2021

Black Summer bushfire season cost farmers up to $5 billion

Associate Professor Tina Bell and Chuan Huang from the School of Life and Environmental Sciences call on more support for farmers to protect their land and livelihoods.
10 December 2021

Study advances knowledge of what happens in our cells after exercise

An international team of researchers has developed a new approach to pinpoint which proteins in our cells are most critical for increasing sugar absorption after exercise - an important benefit of exercise that can help maintain good blood sugar levels.
10 December 2021

New tool tracks countries' resource footprints

Australian researchers have developed a tool to drive practical change in the world's global resource consumption through better understanding how many resources each country consumes.