Staff, students and alumni

  • Advancing robotics[6 July 2012]

    Advancing Robotics

    As robotic systems become more intelligent, more flexible, more autonomous and more adaptable to their surroundings, international robotics experts are gathering at the University of Sydney's Great Hall to discuss their future. More

  • Engineering a dream[2 July 2012]

    Engineering dream

    The educational dream of Aboriginal students will see them return to the faculty for a second workshop aimed at increasing opportunities for tertiary studies. More

  • International conference looks to the classroom of the future[29 June 2012]

    Classroom of the future

    Interactive worktables, robots and collaborative learning on mobile devices are close to becoming a reality in Australia's classrooms. More

  • How to teach science and computing in the age of big data[15 June 2012]

    Teaching science and computing

    Earlier this week, Senator Chris Evans announced A$5 million worth of science communication grants for 63 projects as part of the Unlocking Australia's Potential program. More

  • Savvy students' solution can cut costs of power bills[29 May 2012]

    My Power

    Consumers could save on power bills thanks to an energy saving solution devised by two savvy students at the University of Sydney's Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies. More

  • Chair focused on innovation[22 May 2012]

    Professor Andy Dong

    Design researcher, practitioner and Australian Future Fellow, Professor Andy Dong has been appointed to the Warren Chair in Engineering Innovation at the University of Sydney. More

  • Engineering gender balance: female graduate numbers increasing[21 May 2012]

    Female graduate numbers increasing

    Mid-year figures reveal female graduates at the University of Sydney's Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies are reaching record numbers. More

  • Reality bytes for high school teachers[12 April 2012]

    Realilty Bytes

    An educational initiative designed by Google has the potential to produce brighter, smarter computer students at tertiary level, according to the University of Sydney's information technology experts. More

  • Attracting the world's best students to the University of Sydney[20 March 2012]

    International students

    Twenty-one academically outstanding international students will study at the University of Sydney this year after being announced as the inaugural recipients of the Sydney Achievers International Scholarships and the Dr Abdul Kalam International Scholarships. More

  • Fulbright scholar will help computers understand us better[16 March 2012]

    Dominick Ng

    Research into how computers can better understand human language has won University of Sydney PhD candidate Dominick Ng a Fulbright Scholarship to spend eight months studying at UC Berkeley in the US. More

  • Biomedical research advances through new Institute[14 March 2012]

    David Feng

    The Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology (BMET) will be officially opened this evening at the University of Sydney and will significantly advance this highly multidisciplinary research for life sciences and medicine. More

  • Cartilage repair gel gives injuries a sporting chance[8 March 2012]

    Cartilage repair gel

    A cartilage gel being developed by tissue engineers and biochemists at the University of Sydney could bring increased mobility to people living with debilitating sports injuries. More