2016 was another amazing year of discoveries, world-firsts and prize wins for the sciences at the University of Sydney. Here are some of the true highlights.
The Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology, is located in the Sydney Nanoscience Hub – the most advanced facility for nanoscience in the region.
And moved up to be #9 in the world!
Our PhD student Emma Peel discovered that peptides contained in the milk of Tasmanian devils can kill some of the most deadly bacterial and fungal infections.
Parentworks - it's free, father-friendly and only online. It aims to increase the participation of both parents to improve outcomes significantly for families and society.
With university guidance, Sydney Grammar high schoolers managed to make $750 malaria medicine for only a few dollars.
Urban geographer Kurt Iveson provides insights into the policy hotspot of public space in this final podcast series for 2016, describing a new policing project and analysing the impact of Pokémon GO on the city.
Studying a science course has never been more important and choosing where to do it can be tough choice. Here's why we think you should join us at the University of Sydney.
At the end of this first year of university, Bachelor of Science (Advanced) student William Zhou looks back on his experiences.
The University of Sydney is a vibrant campus – we asked students on campus to share their tips for the best things to do in your first year of university. This is what they said.