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Local researcher Professor Anthony Weiss from the University of Sydney won the NSW Premier’s Prize for Science & Engineering Leadership in Innovation for his work with human elastin at a presentation at Government House on October 30.  The protein technology is at the core of...

University of Sydney physicist Dr Cornelius Hempel led research just published this week which explores a promising pathway for developing effective ways to model chemical bonds and reactions using four qubits of quantum computer power. “Even the largest supercomputers are struggling to model accurately anything but...

A University of Sydney International Women’s Day event To celebrate International Women’s Day, we're hosting a panel featuring six exceptional female academics whose work truly embodies this year’s UN Women’s theme: Leave no woman behind. Event details Event type: Panel Date: Wednesday 7 March 2018 Time: 6 - 7.30pm Venue: Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium (D17),...

Prof Michael Biercuk and his research team at the University of Sydney's Centre for Engineered Quantum Systems have demonstrated the ability to “see” the future of quantum systems, and they used that knowledge to take pre-emptive actions, a major achievement in the weird world of...

The Energising Australia innovation panel was held on Wednesday 11 May at Arup's offices in the Sydney CBD. The event, aimed at University of Sydney alumni and the broader Sydney technology innovation community, was jointly organised by The Warren Centre and the University of Sydney's Faculty...

The Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology (AINST) was officially launched this week at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub on the University of Sydney campus. Leading international nanoscience figures are speaking at a two-day scientific meeting to mark the launch. Australian Academy of Science President Andrew...

MTPConnect, Australia's Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Industry Innovation Growth Centre, has announced Sue MacLeman as its inaugural CEO. Ms MacLeman will start her role in April 2016. She has more than 25 years' experience as a pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical technology executive with roles in corporate,...

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