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2019: all news

The latest news and expert opinion from the University of Sydney

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19 June 2019

Sydney's Westmead Redevelopment investment reaches new heights

The University of Sydney joined the NSW Government in a ceremony on the rooftop of the Central Acute Services Building at the heart of Westmead's innovative health, education and research precinct.

19 June 2019

Australian space industry has a bright future

Led by the University of Sydney, CUAVA is working to train the next generation of workers in commercial space, solve vital research problems and develop a world-class Australian space industry.
19 June 2019

University of Sydney welcomes new Provost

The University of Sydney is pleased to announce Professor Barbara Messerle as the new Provost, after an extensive international search.
19 June 2019

University of Sydney scoops up humanities grants

The Australian Academy of Humanities has awarded four University of Sydney academics grants - the most grants awarded to any university in the country.
19 June 2019

Sydney ranked in world's top 50 universities

The University of Sydney retained its position in the latest QS World University Rankings released today, ranking 42nd in the world and first in the state.
17 June 2019

How Australia and China are collaborating on energy efficiency

Universities in Australia and China are working on new technological solutions to one of energy productions' toughest challenges; how to even out demand for electricity.
15 June 2019

Rocketry students first Australians to compete in US challenge

The University of Sydney's Rocketry Team will be the first Australian team to attend the Spaceport America Cup Rocket Engineering Competition held this month in New Mexico.
14 June 2019

Expert insight into refugees' plight: Refugee Week

Australia's National Refugee Week seeks to celebrate the contributions refugees make to our society while exploring the challenges many continue to confront.
13 June 2019

Professor Tony Weiss wins prestigious Clunies Ross Award

Sydney scientist development of synthetic skin treatment has been recognised with national award.
13 June 2019

Video goggles help diagnose vertigo

Specially designed goggles that measure eye movements during vertigo could help diagnose the type of vertigo a person suffers, according to new research from the University of Sydney and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.