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16 January 2019

Artistic intelligence: meet Sydney's painting robot

A mechanical engineering student at the University of Sydney has programmed a robot to paint in the traditional Chinese painting style known as guóhuà.
14 January 2019

ARC funding for food safety and in vitro blood vessel model

New sensors to detect contaminated food and in vitro development of human blood vessels are projects that have received funding through the federal government's ARC Linkage Project scheme.
14 January 2019

New AusOpen heat policy informed by University of Sydney research

A new extreme heat policy is being introduced at the Australian Open this week, the result of a research collaboration between Tennis Australia and the University of Sydney.
11 January 2019

Strong employment outcomes for Sydney graduates, survey finds

81 percent of University of Sydney undergraduates found full-time work immediately after graduating, finds latest Graduate Outcomes Survey.
11 January 2019

Why a global network of telescopes followed the "Cow"

Last year, an initially unremarkable cosmic flare soon became one of astronomy's most observed and puzzling objects. The comprehensive observations of the multidisciplinary, global team of astronomers shed light on what may have happened.
21 December 2018

Sydney opens doors in Vietnam

The University of Sydney is once again holding information days in Vietnam, a once-a-year opportunity for you to meet our staff, students and alumni in Vietnam.

20 December 2018

10 of the best science discoveries at Sydney in 2018

From genomics and agriculture to astronomy and quantum physics, University of Sydney researchers have uncovered amazing things we didn't know about last year. Here are just 10 of them.
19 December 2018

What students think about women in engineering

Undergraduate students studying aeronautical, biomedical and mechanical engineering have shared why they'd like to see more women and girls studying engineering, and why they believe diversity is the key to innovation.
18 December 2018

Sydney scientists develop work-around for quantum architecture

Working with Professor David Reilly, Dr Xanthe Croot and Sebastian Pauka have invented a qubit architecture designed to improve scalability for semiconductor-based quantum computers.
18 December 2018

Increased physical activity linked to better mood

Increasing physical activity may be an effective way to boost mood states especially in people with bipolar disorder a new study in JAMA Psychiatry reveals.