Faculty of Science
Conducting excellent research and creating the next generation of science talent in Australia have never been more important. The Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney accomplishes both of these, playing a key role in Australia's ability to compete scientifically on the world stage.
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News & Events
Professor Zdenka Kuncic reveals the fundamental contribution of physics to medicine and how it will shape its future.
What area of science has earned 28 Nobel Prizes, was instrumental in determining the structure of DNA, turns 100 this year and continues to be of fundamental importance to researchers? X-ray crystallography.
A crowd of science enthusiasts joined the sleek geeks Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Adam Spencer, to launch the start of National Science Week at a packed Sydney Town Hall last night.