Cheered on by the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Vice-Chancellor Professor S. Bruce Dowton, more than 1000 students from around the Asia Pacific recently attended Australia’s largest student robotics competition to put their skills to the test.
In our latest podcast episode, meet Professor Barbara Messerle, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
From celebrations to launches, refurbishments to awards, check out some of the photographic highlights snapped on and off campus from the last couple of weeks.
The noisy demolition works in and around E7A are soon to come to an end, just in time for a tower crane to move in.
US researcher lands to help examine mechanisms of choice and decision in the honeybee brain.
From Thursday 17 March, more than 1000 high school students will compete in the annual FIRST Robotics Competition at Sydney Olympic Park – and you’re invited!
Guinness World Record attempts, robots, black holes and Olympians feature in the first instalment of ‘Snapped on’ for the year.
Volunteers needed to take part in Australia’s largest robotics event for high school students.
Congratulations to some of our finest on their successful promotion during the October 2015 round of academic promotions.
Professor Karu Esselle has been named a 2016 IEEE Fellow and will chair the NSW section of the IEEE in 2016.
Introducing the short-from Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework 2015-2020.
This Week has the scoop on the work being undertaken inside one of our oldest buildings.