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14 August 2019

Success brewing on the rocks

The association between uni students and beer is pretty strong, but the science of crafting beer, large scale production and running a business takes this association to the next level for this Food and Agribusiness student.
31 July 2019

Finalists in our Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize

School students from across Australia are finalists and highly commended award winners in our University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize.
02 July 2019

Photosynthesis in a fast-changing world

It is predicted that demand for food production will double by 2050. Dr William Salter’s research is focussed on improving the photosynthesis of wheat and chickpea to help meet this target.
27 June 2019

Getting to the guts of Tasmanian devil health

PhD student Rowena Chong has had a lifelong love of wildlife, but it is the Tasmanian devil that captured her heart. She is researching the devils gut flora to better understand their overall health and improve future conservation efforts.
30 April 2019

Sydney neuroscientist honoured by the British Neuropsychological Society

The British Neuropsychological Society has presented Associate Professor Muireann Irish an award for her outstanding work in neuropsychology.
24 April 2019

Come fly with me

Stephanie Mackillop is flying high after being awarded the Chris Russell Medal of Excellence for her Honours research into using soldier fly larvae to fuel high protein food for livestock and aquaculture industries.
16 April 2019

How we are improving food production

More and more people are becoming disconnected from food production. Our researchers recently attended the annual Camden Show to reconnect people with how their food is produced and show them how we are researching new ways to improve agricultural production.
16 April 2019

Portrait of Anne Green unveiled in School of Physics

The portrait, by Archibald Prize winning artist Yvette Coppersmith, will be displayed in the Physics Foundation Room.
11 April 2019

5 things you should know about slime mould

Jules Smith-Ferguson is a research student in our Experimental and Evolutionary Biology Lab, exploring the concept of minimal cognition by experimenting with slime mould.
10 April 2019

FameLab comes to NSW in one big night of science

FameLab is the world’s leading science communication competition to find and mentor young STEM researchers to share their stories with the world.