21 February 2023

Future Qubit Foundry to keep Australia at the forefront of quantum tech

The Future Qubit Foundry in the Sydney Nanoscience Hub will position Sydney for quantum partnerships with industry and government.
20 February 2023

Older men seen as opinion leaders, but women drive real change

A new study, which analysed the social networks of agricultural communities on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, identified women as the most influential opinion leaders when it came to encouraging others to trial a new farming tool.
17 February 2023

University appoints new Director of Archaeological Institute

Professor Tamar Hodos has been appointed as the new Director of the Australian Archaeological Institute of Athens (AAIA) and Chair of Classical Archaeology at the University of Sydney.
16 February 2023

With advances in neurotech, how can we protect our brain data?

Our neurodata can reveal our most private selves. As brain implants become common, how will it be protected? Christina Maher from the School of Biomedical Engineering and the Brain and Mind Centre outlines a way forward.
16 February 2023

Dubbo MD program attracts regional and Indigenous students

The 2023 cohort of the University's four-year Doctor of Medicine in Dubbo is testament to the success of the program, attracting a diverse group of students, including both First Nations students and those with ties to the region.
16 February 2023

Your next colleague might be artificial intelligence

Most companies are likely to 'employ' a digital human within a decade, according to researchers from the University of Sydney Business School.
16 February 2023

University of Sydney joins Technician Commitment program

The University has joined the UK Science Council-led Technician Commitment, which ensures visibility, recognition, career development and sustainability for technicians working in higher education and research.
15 February 2023

Secondary crises now greatest threat to life after earthquakes

While much of the focus has centred on the immense loss of life in the immediate aftermath of the earthquakes, secondary crises now pose the biggest threat to people in Turkiye and Syria, writes Dr Aaron Opdyke from the School of Civil Engineering.
15 February 2023

ChatGPT is confronting, but humans have always adapted to new technology

Adapting to technological advances is not unique to the 21st century - it has been part of the human story for thousands of years. Dr Louise Pryke, from the Department of Classics and Ancient History, explains why the Mesopotamians might help us cope with ChatGPT.
15 February 2023

8 must-play LGBTQIA+ video games

Pride at Play invites you to play up to 22 queer indie video games and tabletop roleplaying games while advancing social research on how games can enable queer possibilities and play.