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Sino-Australian partnership on scientific research booming

By KARL WILSON in Sydney | China Daily Global China has overtaken the United States as Australia’s biggest partner in scientific research, according to a new report, despite attempts by the country’s defense and security services to have Australian universities…

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Surprising benefits of learning online

Student engagement key to online learning First year commerce student, Khuat Son Tra (Hazel) Nguyen, adapted remarkably well to learning online thanks in large part to her tutors and lecturers at the University of Sydney Business School. An international student…

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$26m funding injection for cardiovascular and cancer research

Fast-tracked implants, improving brain cancer care and a vaccine for young people The University of Sydney has been awarded more than $26m for critical research into cardiovascular disease, brain cancer, autism, and to trial a vaccine for zoonotic disease, Q…

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Researchers explore new synthetic gel for eye injury

Aiming to mend damaged corneas without surgery An international team of researchers is pioneering a potentially sight-saving alternative to current treatments for injury or infection of the cornea, a common cause of blindness. The cornea is the clear window that…

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4 skills graduates need to get a job post COVID-19

When the crisis passes, what essential skills will students need to earn a job and keep it? Our Vice Chancellor and Principal, Dr Michael Spence AC, shares his thoughts on the skills that graduates need to be successful. When the…

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