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Managing type 1 diabetes, solutions for sustainable energy supply and academic success, it’s all in this month’s edition of IGNITE.
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Welcome to the June 2019 edition of IGNITE. Enjoy the latest news on industry partnerships, research, outstanding students and alumni success across the fields of engineering and computer science at the University of Sydney.
New breathe ketone analyser unveiled to replace diabetes pin pricking test
Monitoring blood levels with the prick of a finger could be replaced with just a breath in a matter of years, thanks to a ketone monitoring device that will soon be taken from the lab to the clinic for trials. Read More >>

Creating solutions for sustainable energy supply

Universities in Australia and China are working on new technological solutions to one of energy productions' toughest challenges; how to even out demand for electricity. Read More >>

Rocketry students compete in US challenge

The University of Sydney's Rocketry Team will be the first Australian team to attend the Spaceport America Cup Rocket Engineering Competition to be held this month in the United States. Read More >>

Engineer recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

University of Sydney biomedical engineering expert Professor Hala Zreiqat has been named a Member in the General Division as part of the Queen's Birthday Honours. Read More >>

Battery tech transforming renewable energy

A common criticism of renewable energy is its reliance on weather. Now the hunt is on for an affordable battery that allows energy to be stored for rainy days. Looking at an old technology in a new way, might be the answer. Read More >>

Sydney ranked in the world's top 50 universities

The University of Sydney has maintained its reputation for excellence by retaining its position of 42nd globally in the latest QS World University Rankings. Read More >>

Our consultancy and analytical services

We offer exceptional expertise and facilities to industry, government and not-for-profit partners across a broad range of engineering and technology fields. Read More >>
Discover why the University of Sydney is the only university in Australia invited by Airbus to participate in their Global University Partner Program.
Upcoming Events
New Advances in Biocomplexity
Date: 12 July 2019
Join leading industry experts in complex systems and life sciences as they explore the latest key research concepts relating to biocomplexity. Read More >>
Aerospace Futures 2019
Date: 16–19 July 2019
Occurring across state capitals annually, the Aerospace Futures conference is an important event in the Australian aerospace industry calendar run by youth for youth. Read More >>
Research Conversazione
Date: 14 August 2019
Join us for this unique showcase of the latest engineering and computer science research being undertaken by staff and students from across the Faculty of Engineering. Read More >>

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