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10 April 2019

Turning streets into art galleries

If the people can't go to the art gallery, take the art gallery to the people. That's been the approach of Kat Roma Greer as she's created dynamic street art events in disadvantaged communities the world over.
10 April 2019

How close are we really to 3D printing organs?

3D printing technologies are now so advanced they can create structures on a nanoscale. But how close are we to seeing 3D printed organs in the market? Professor Hala Zreiqat and Dr Peter Newman explain.
09 April 2019

Indigenous skills vital to conservation research outcomes

Sydney conservation biologists have demonstrated Indigenous rangers are an essential part of scientific research outcomes, and urge researchers around the world to give Indigenous peoples a voice.
09 April 2019

Open source drug research could open up medicine

Universal access to medicine could come via open source drug discovery, argues lecturer Dr Alice Motion. She works to make drug discovery less secretive, so that more people can help find the pharmaceuticals the world needs.
08 April 2019

Collaborating with Korea's premier university

The University of Sydney continues its partnership with Yonsei University in Korea, by signing a Strategic Partner Agreement.

08 April 2019

Theatre, movies and the photographer who loves them

Often the first thing seen of a new film is the images captured by the on-set photographer. It's a specialist vocation that requires creativity, spontaneity and diplomacy. Alumna Lisa Tomasetti has all three.

08 April 2019

Chinese investment in Australia falls by 36.3 percent in 2018

Chinese investment in Australia fell by 36.3 percent or $8.2 billion in 2018, according to a new report by KPMG and the University of Sydney Business School.
08 April 2019

$6.5 million investment for robotics start-up

A field robotics start-up based on technology created by the University of Sydney's Australian Centre for Field Robotics has received a $6.5 million investment thanks to Australia's longest running research commercialisation fund, Uniseed.
04 April 2019

Sydney places 25th in the world in global impact ranking

The University of Sydney has been ranked 25th in the overall 2019 Times Higher Education University Impact Ranking.
03 April 2019

Dr Michael Spence to remain Vice-Chancellor until 2022

The Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence AC has accepted the University of Sydney Senate's invitation to continue in his role for a further four years.