University of Sydney researcher Julia Ciarlini Junger Soares spoke with PACE about sustainable methods for managing toxic wastewater for industry. A little-known process for cleaning toxic wastewater could be the key to more efficient plant management. Electrochemical oxidation involves treating wastewater with electricity using specialised electrodes. Discharged electricity drives oxidation reactions near the electrode surfaces, … Continue reading Electricity could be the future of cleaning industrial wastewater
Sydney physicists have demonstrated it is possible to overcome one of the most significant hurdles to building reliable quantum technologies, in a major technical achievement.
A 5G cellular network dedicated to supporting the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is being designed by telecommunications specialists at the University of Sydney.
Inventions span from a table lamp that relieves stress before bed, to a wearable device that protects medical staff from violent patients, to a means of transmitting off-grid technology to mobile devices through movement.
Three Australian “CubeSats” have been given the all-clear to be launched from the International Space Station next January, as part of a global project to learn more about the thermosphere.
A proposed change to the Bachelor of Engineering degree at the University of Sydney could mean that students who receive pass marks will be admitted to the honours program.