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IGNITE July newsletter
Faculty of Engineering
Dear <<First Name>>,

Welcome to the July 2020 edition of IGNITE. This month’s edition features our latest research into cleaning toxic water using electrochemical oxidation, as well as casting a spotlight on our most innovative engineers as named by Engineers Australia.

Latest research

Did COVID-19 models get it wrong?

University of Sydney statisticians have examined the efficacy of COVID-19 modelling as part of an online analysis with international colleagues.

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Using electricity to clean toxic water

Cleaning up heavily polluted industrial wastewater using a powerful electrochemical process that destroys water contaminants is now a reality.

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Continuing excellence for Sydney

The University of Sydney continues to excel in the latest ARWU subject rankings, remaining first for transportation science and technology in Australia.

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Australia's most innovative engineers

From biomedical 'tattoos' to reducing CO2 emissions from oil refineries, meet the five University of Sydney engineers named Australia's most innovative.

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Making copper mines emission free

A world first study by The Warren Centre lays out how Australian copper mining can be cleaner and smarter using emerging technologies.

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Fire safety engineering report

The Warren Centre's Fire Safety Engineering Competencies Report outlines an accreditation framework for professional engineers in fire safety.

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Upcoming events

Running out of water
6 August 2020


Learn more about our research and industry collaborations providing perspective and strategies on the need to rethink how we clean, transport and distribute water equitably and sustainably.

Register now
Digital futures
18 August 2020 & 25 August 2020

Our upcoming Sydney Engineering Innovation Series will showcase the latest research being undertaken in the evolving fields of edge computing and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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