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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

University of Sydney back to support TEDx in 2019

University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence said the University was pleased to continue its long-standing partnership with the ideas platform. ... Other past University of Sydney TEDx speakers have included Professor Michael

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

Quantum control with trapped ions

Michael Biercuk. Professor of Quantum Physics and Quantum Technology, Director, Quantum Control Laboratory. ...

University of Sydney joins Sydney Science Festival

Tuesday 16 August. Associate Professor Mike Biercuk and Professors Zdenka Kuncic and David Reilly from our recently launched Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology will bring nanoscience to life in

Tomb-raided quantum theory opens way to improved biosensing

A theory first proposed in 1931 that would bolster bio-sensing techniques has been validated by University of Sydney researchers.

MBA rankings: Business School tops AFR BOSS rankings

Read more about our Australian MBA rankings and why you should choose the University of Sydney Business School.

Superman dreams come true

University of Sydney PhD student Xiaopeng Wang is working on making Superman's X-ray vision a reality. Find out how.

Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology launching

Associate Professor Michael Biercuk. The Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology will provide core research facilities available to the public.