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Hydrogel paves way for biomedical breakthrough

Plasma technology could improve viability of implants Dubbed the “invisibility cloak”, engineers at the University of Sydney have developed a hydrogel that allows implants and transplants to better and more safely interact with surrounding tissue. Published in Advanced Functional Materials, a…

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University of Sydney launches Student Life Mini Program

The University of Sydney’s Student Life WeChat Mini Program is the first of its kind for commencing and continuing Chinese students at the University , run in partnership with the University of Sydney Centre in China (CIC).  Welcome Video from…

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5 ways we’re delivering innovative learning online

Excellent learning experiences continue online This year hasn’t exactly gone to plan. But creative lecturers and tutors from across the University were up for the challenge, thinking outside the box to support students and keep them learning online. 1. Digital…

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Resilience and empathy vital for leaders post-COVID: global survey

Teams communicating more often now than pre-COVID-19, survey finds A global survey of over 1,700 professionals, including University of Sydney Business School alumni, has found corporate employees are more focused on communicating with their offshore colleagues than they were before…

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