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18 December 2020

Careers in maths

Due to the growing importance of technology, big data and economic efficiency in all kinds of businesses, mathematics, statistics and data science graduates continue to be in high demand.
18 December 2020

Physics careers: what can you do with a physics degree?

Unravel the mysteries of our world. Build strong problem-solving skills desired in a range of industries and roles. Work at the forefront of science and technology.
14 December 2020

What’s the difference between the animal health, biology and conservation degrees?

There are a number of ways to study animal health, biology and conservation, so we step through what each of our animal-related science degrees offers you, to help make choosing easier.
04 December 2020

Ben Eggleton wins prestigious optical society medal

Professor Ben Eggleton is recognised for his outstanding leadership, exceptional research and organisational service in optics and photonics.
02 December 2020

Why study microbiology at Sydney

Microbiology is the study of organisms too small to see with the naked eye. This includes bacteria, fungi, protists and viruses. There are many branches of microbiology, including ecology, evolution, genetics, industrial, agricultural and medical.
01 December 2020

2020 Physics Grand Challenges winners announced

The successful submissions include a project to use nano machines for targeted drug delivery and a novel way to provide early cancer detection in humans.