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20 October 2020

Advice for students sitting the HSC

University of Sydney experts offer advice to the class of 2020 sitting their HSC exams this year.
19 October 2020

Sydney research could lead to customised cochlear implants

A School of Biomedical Engineering researcher has analysed the accuracy of predictions for cochlear implant outcomes, with a view to further improve their performance in noisy environments.
19 October 2020

University technology spin-off Gelion delivers smart solar benches

Safe, inexpensive and scalable: Gelion's new battery technology has been tested and installed on campus and is now ready for the commercial market in industry, agriculture and residential.
16 October 2020

Students blitz global tech competition with plan for small business support post-COVID

A multi-disciplinary team of students from the University of Sydney have taken out second place in the world's largest 'tech-for-good' competition, which had over 400,000 entries.
14 October 2020

Statement regarding the police response to protests on campus

The University of Sydney issued a statement this afternoon, regarding the police response to recent protests on campus.
13 October 2020

Statement regarding advertisements on Sydney CareerHub

Today the University of Sydney issued a statement regarding an advertisement lodged by the Hong Kong Police Force, currently listed on our jobs database for students.
12 October 2020

Scholarships for India's next generation of leaders

Ava Khan and Adhip Tanwar both have ideas that could change the lives of millions of Indians living in poverty. It's these big ideas that have led to both being selected as recipients of the two major scholarships offered under the Sydney Scholars India Scholarship program, valued at up to $200,000 (INR 10,000,000) each.
07 October 2020

University of Sydney responds to 2020 Budget

The University of Sydney welcomes the federal government's investment in research, and looks forward to continuing to work with governments and industry to address the longer-term structural issues facing the sector.
02 October 2020

University wins $2.5m in federal funding for solar energy research

The John Hooke Chair of Nanoscience in the School of Physics will lead multi-institutional research into extending the lifetime of perovskite solar energy cells, in an effort to make them truly cost-effective.
01 October 2020

Why we should celebrate Australia's universities

University of Sydney Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AC today delivered a speech to the 2020 Australian Financial Review Higher Education Summit arguing the Australian higher education system is one of the best in the world.