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Punting on an engineering career

Punting on an engineering career. 30 September 2015. While most of his AFL footy mates were off on school holidays, Marcus Valastro travelled thousands of kilometres to further his education this week. High school student Marcus Valastro (centre) at
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Chemically camouflaging vulnerable natives wins grant support

I smell a rat! 11 September 2015. A new strategy developed by our researchers that uses odours to confuse predators could help save New Zealand's native species. A clever technique that tricks predators into not trusting their noses to lead them to
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Michael Bowen wins Eureka Prize - third year running for Sydney's early career researchers

Michael Bowen wins Eureka Prize - third year running for Sydney's early career researchers. ... Dr Bowen, whose research into oxytocin has gained wide public recognition, joins previous University of Sydney winners in the same Eureka Prizes category:
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Sydney researcher Harvard bound

Sydney researcher Harvard bound. 17 May 2016. The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study selected Professor Zreiqat from more than 1300 international applications worldwide. Professor Hala Zreiqat, Harvard's Radcliffe Institute Fellowship winner.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/05/17/sydney-researcher-harvard-bound.html
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Quantum science

Quantum control and simulation. Controlling small ensembles of atomic ions in vacuum allows Professor Michael Biercuk’s team to learn how to control and build new technologies powered by quantum coherence. ... Led by CEO Professor Michael Biercuk,
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Philanthropy backs bots

Philanthropy backs bots. 20 August 2015. Anonymous $1.5 million donation to robotics research aims to make technology accessible to the average Australian farmer. Professor Salah Sukkarieh and Mark Calleija work on the Ladybird. Project co-ordinator
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2015/08/20/philanthropy-backs-bots.html
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Quantum Science Group - Faculty of Science

Controlling small ensembles of atomic ions in vacuum allows Professor Michael Biercuk’s team to learn how to control and build new technologies powered by quantum coherence. ... Led by CEO Professor Michael Biercuk, Q-Ctrl is taking research on
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Research programs

We're working on multiple research programs that incorporate expertise from a range of disciplines at the University. These including projects incorporate nanoscience into health and medical research, industrial applications and safety and
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Professor David Reilly wins AFR Emerging Leader award

The Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence, said: “Professor Reilly is an outstanding academic leader. ... The winning University of Sydney Student Relationship Engagement System team receive their prize from
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Mad for Madmaker

Mad for Madmaker. 20 October 2015. Students across Australia have gone mad for Madmaker, an online STEM challenge launched this week by the University of Sydney. More than 120 high schools, 300 hundred teachers and 1500 students across the country
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