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12 October 2018

New recipes for food sustainability

To celebrate World Food Day, we’re giving you a taste of just some of the food innovation and sustainability research on the menu in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies.
12 October 2018

Data science research collaboration MOU signed

The Centre for Translational Data Science and The Alan Turing Institute have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on joint research projects of strategic importance to the Australian economy.
10 October 2018

New funding to help five engineers and computer scientists soar

Next generation machine learning for surgery, computational neuroscience, and predicting epileptic seizures are just some of the innovative research areas to benefit from new university-wide funding.
03 October 2018

Sydney women talk gender equity

Female staff, students and alumni recently gathered to participate in an open discussion on the state of play for women in the workplace. Together they uncovered some hard truths but remained optimistic about the future.
28 September 2018

University team develops antibacterial surfaces for bone implants

A University team has found a solution to tackle the infection rate following joint replacement surgery by developing a non-toxic silver nanoparticle plasma coating.
27 September 2018

Protecting clean drinking water for rural Australia

As the impact of global warming increases, so does the importance of managing Australia’s most valuable resource: water. Our chemical engineering students are stepping up to the fight alongside their industry partners.

24 September 2018

Computer scientist's once-in-a-lifetime project

University of Sydney alumnus James Cowling was only a year into his career when offered the chance to lead a once-in-a-lifetime project.
18 September 2018

Distributed computing scientist awarded China’s top research honour

Centre for Distributed and High-Performance Computing Director Professor Albert Zomaya has been awarded a Thousand Talents Program professorship to conduct sustainable computing-related research at Tianjin University in China.
12 September 2018

Microscope that gets to the heart of matter

The transmission electron microscope (TEM) can explore matter at the scale of less than 0.06 billionths of a metre helping researchers design materials in renewable energy, medical science, engineering and geosciences.
11 September 2018

United States' FDA awards University-led team over $500,000

A University of Sydney multidisciplinary project has been awarded $548,000 by the United States' Food and Drug Administration to research enhancements to how dry powder inhalers are designed by the pharmaceutical industry.