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20 April 2017
The Australian heartland of jazz stages its first international festival

The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the heartland of the country’s finest jazz musicians, is hosting an inaugural international jazz festival on Sunday 4 June.

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20 April 2017
Valued voice in an environment for food innovation

Karl Sternberg found that fitting within the organisational culture of his host business provided a platform for constructive discussions and opportunities to learn, innovate and set a standard for new interns.

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20 April 2017
International fellowships to build an architect's view of humanities

Two prestigious, Harvard University affiliated fellowships have been awarded to Professor Andrew Leach and Dr Jennifer Ferng in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning.

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20 April 2017
Can we combat age-related macular degeneration through our diet?

People living with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) who eat the right types and amounts of certain foods may actually slow the progression of the disease.

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20 April 2017
How to slow the effects of ageing

Leading scientists from Australia and the world will gather to examine the latest research into ageing and associated conditions, at the second Australian Biology of Ageing Conference in Sydney.

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20 April 2017
How to slow the effects of ageing

Leading scientists from Australia and the world will gather to examine the latest research into ageing and associated conditions, at the second Australian Biology of Ageing Conference in Sydney.

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20 April 2017
Government’s 457 visa reforms threaten research

The federal government's proposals for replacing the 457 visa scheme could have unintended consequences for research, innovation and all Australians, writes Professor Duncan Ivison Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research).

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19 April 2017
'The University of Sydney is in space' - CubeSat success announced

INSPIRE-2 lead Professor Iver Cairns attended the global launch of the cube satellites, or cubesats, in Cape Canaveral, Florida, United States, in an historic project that marks Australia’s return to the space race.

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19 April 2017
Is there value in a graduate certificate or diploma?

When considering a postgraduate degree, the choice isn’t only deciding whether to do a master’s degree (coursework) or a PhD (research) – there are other postgraduate study options that could help you achieve your goals. 

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18 April 2017
Harnessing light at the nanoscale

Professor Ben Eggleton and Dr Andrea Blanco Redondo are set to illuminate the science of light at the nanoscale with their dazzling Sydney Science Forum.

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