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Cutting-edge tech propels cardiac surgery forward

Study shows promise for patients with heart failure In a world-first preclinical study, Australian researchers have shown it could be possible to implant a potentially life-saving pump into the heart of those with heart failure, without leaving the ICU or…

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University strong performer in US News rankings

27th in world, 2nd in Australia in global research ranking University continues strong performance in prestigious American rankings which rank universities from 86 countries on academic research and reputation. The University of Sydney has maintained its strong position in the…

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Who is the weakest link? Understanding global supply chains

Smaller operators can deliver the hardest logistic shocks The COVID-19 pandemic has caused kinks in the movement of goods and services around the globe, but how important a role do multinational companies play in local economies and supply chains? From…

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400-year-old book our latest literary treasure

The University of Sydney Library recently received an extraordinary donation: a first edition of The Workes of Benjamin Jonson from 1616, along with a 16-volume set of the Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (sic) curated by Edmond Malone and originally published in 1790, and…

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Eleven Eureka Prize finalists

Prestigious science prizes honour our researchers Eleven University of Sydney individuals and groups have been named as Eureka Prize finalists in recognition of their excellent scientific research, leadership and engagement. The Eureka Prizes are Australia’s most comprehensive national science awards,…

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