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28 April 2017

Novel sensors to detect disease and new generation wearable devices

Two outstanding researchers have received fellowships: to develop sensors for disease and contamination detection, and create a new generation of wearable devices and membranes from novel carbon nanomaterials.

26 April 2017

Innovative expert in transport engineering joins faculty

The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies has attracted leading transportation engineer and analyst Professor David Levinson to the School of Civil Engineering.

24 April 2017

Novel clean technology set to hit the global market

A revolutionary new clean technology is set to hit the global market, thanks to a partnership between University of Sydney engineers and clean technology pioneer Hazer Group.

21 April 2017

Meet Brad Miles, CoFounder and CTO of 360 Knee Systems

Dr Brad Miles has come a long way since graduating in 2003 as one of just 12 biomedical engineering students at the University of Sydney.  

20 April 2017

Students get a foot in the door at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab

Getting the chance to work at NASA’s famous Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL), where the Mars Rovers were built, is the stuff dreams are made of. But for two Aeronautical Engineering students it’s a dream come true. 

12 April 2017

Early pioneer of computer science wins prestigious award

There are two sides to the work of Emeritus Professor Vaughan Pratt: the pioneering mathematical theorist and thought-leader and the problem solver tackling everything from self-driving cars to climate change.

06 April 2017

Engineering technology to help prevent concussion in sport

A biomedical engineering team from the University of Sydney's Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology is developing new technologies to aid medical research into concussion in sport.

04 April 2017

5 minutes with Mick Johnson

As a successful technology entrepreneur, Mick Johnson now leads a startup spanning Sydney and San Francisco's Silicon Valley in tackling one of the hardest problems in natural language processing and artificial intelligence.