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21 November 2017
'Food' cut into wheat that could make a million pasta packets

Crop mapping plans have taken a back seat to this ‘agwork’ to focus attention on the Sydney Institute of Agriculture's key message as part of the inaugural National Agriculture Day, which is focussed on all things food.

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21 November 2017
First purpose-built facility for health disciplines

Health disciplines will for the first time be co-located in the new University of Sydney Health Precinct; a purpose-built facility to translate research into education and clinical services.

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21 November 2017
5 professors honoured for inaugural leadership award

Five distinguished professors have been honoured with a Payne-Scott Professorial Distinction for their contributions to the University across all areas of leadership, teaching and research.

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21 November 2017
Pre-diabetes discovery marks step towards precision medicine

Identification of three molecules that can be used to accurately assess pre-diabetes – a key predictor of conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure – has brought precision medicine for humans a step closer.

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21 November 2017
AI expert awarded one of America's highest science honours

University of Sydney Professor of Computer Science Dacheng Tao has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), one of the highest honours in the field.

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20 November 2017
Most significant education event ever held in Australia

The Dean of the University of Sydney Business School has urged governments not to allow global education to be affected by mounting threats to the free flow of ideas, barriers to the movement of people and growing protectionism.

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20 November 2017
Satirical news shines a light on political and economic crises

The makers of Venezuela’s explosively successful satirical news site, El Chigüire Bipolar, will join The Chaser’s Julian Morrow to discuss the politics of satire on Tuesday 28 November at the University of Sydney.

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20 November 2017
Sharing resources could result in lower mobile costs

Sharing your mobile phone’s resources with people around you could cut your mobile costs, claim researchers from the University of Sydney’s School of Information Technologies.

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17 November 2017
Information on BUSS5020 rescheduled exam on 17 November

This morning the University of Sydney Business School cancelled an exam when they became aware of a potential breach in the security of the exam script. 

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17 November 2017
In a post-truth world, who can we believe?

In our new normal, experts are dismissed and alternative facts flagrantly offered, writes Professor Nick Enfield.

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