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  • University summer school teaches students to code like a Ninja [3 January 2014]

    University summer school teaches students to code like a Ninja

    A University of Sydney national summer school created to provide a fresh environment for bright young high school students wanting to learn about computer-programming will celebrate its twentieth anniversary this week with predictions it will grow even stronger. More...

  • Rio partnership continues [9 December 2014]

    Rio partnership continues

    International mining group Rio Tinto and the University of Sydney have today announced a five year continuance of their multimillion dollar research partnership aimed at increasing mining autonomy. More...

  • Unloseable success [28 November 2014]

    Unloseable success

    Young students with a vision of entrepreneurial success will be mentored by industry professionals through the new Sydney Accelerator Network (SAN) launched at the University of Sydney's School of Information Technologies. More...

  • STEM Academy to inspire teaching excellence [20 November 2014]

    STEM Academy to inspire teaching excellence

    A new academy that aims to inspire teaching excellence in mathematics, science and technology skills among Australian high school teachers will enrol its first class this weekend at the University of Sydney. More...

  • Sleep-disorder expert appointed ResMed Chair [7 November 2014]

    Sleep-disorder expert appointed ResMed Chair

    Internationally recognised biomedical engineering and sleep-disorder expert Professor Philip de Chazal has been appointed ResMed Chair in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Sydney. More...

  • Measuring baby fat - University of Sydney receives Phase II Grand Challenges Explorations Funding [6 November 2014]

    Measuring baby fat - University of Sydney receives Phase II Grand Challenges Explorations Funding

    The University of Sydney announced that it will receive Phase II funding through Grand Challenges Explorations, an initiative created by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that enables individuals worldwide to test bold ideas to address persistent health and development challenges. More...

  • ARC funding recognises research leadership at Sydney [7 November 2014]

    ARC funding recognises research leadership at Sydney

    University of Sydney researchers have been recognised among Australia's best with the announcement of more than $32 million in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding. More...

  • 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...