School news

  • Space to reduce waste [3 November 2014]

    Space to reduce waste

    The ARC training centre for the Australian food processing industry in the 21st Century, a research centre that will help Australian food manufacturing companies stay globally competitive, has been officially launched at the University of Sydney. More...

  • 2014 Alumni Award winners [9 September 2014]

    2014 Alumni Award winners

    University of Sydney graduates leave their mark in all walks of life, and the 2014 Alumni Award winners are outstanding examples of that inspiring tradition. They include a doctor who has revolutionised the treatment of sleeping disorders, a public servant who co-founded a charity to give poor children better education, and a nurse who has improved health care standards in Tonga. More...

  • Seabed solution for cold sores [20 August 2014]

    Crowd-source snaps of falling space debris

    The blue blood of abalone, a seabed delicacy could be used to combat common cold sores and related herpes virus following breakthrough research at the University of Sydney. More...

  • $2m biomedical engineering alliance for the University of Sydney and Shanghai Jiaotong University [29 April 2014]

    $2m biomedical engineering alliance for the University of Sydney and Shanghai Jiaotong University

    Shanghai Jiaotong University (SJTU) and the University of Sydney signed an agreement yesterday to consolidate their existing relationship in biomedical engineering through a joint partnership, involving joint research, information exchange and academic mobility. More...

  • China-Australia Musculoskeletal Alliance established [11 April 2014]

    China-Australia Musculoskeletal Alliance established

    The Australian Research Council has recognised the leadership and innovation of our engineering researchers bestowing the faculty seven of its prestigious annual awards. More...

  • Food waste - turning waste into profit [4 April 2014]

    Food waste - turning waste into profit

    Australia's next generation of food technology and manufacturing experts will be educated at the new ARC Biotechnology and Food Processing Training Centre, directed by Professor Fariba Dehghani from the University's School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.More...

  • STEM subjects to blossom under The Future Project [6 March 2014]

    STEM subjects to blossom under The Future Project

    Two of Sydney's highly regarded educational institutions have joined forces on a world-first project aimed at revolutionising the way science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects are taught in high schools. More...