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Company Overview of University Of Sydney

Company Overview

University Of Sydney provides educational services. The university's campuses include Camperdown and Darlington, Cumberland, AGSM, Mallett Street, Orange, Sydney conservatorium of music, Rozelle, Camden, Burren Street, and Surry Hills. Its faculties include arts, architecture, agriculture, food and natural resources, economics and business, education and social work, engineering, medicine, pharmacy, science, veterinary science, health sciences, management, law, english teaching, dentistry, transport studies, and international health. University Of Sydney was founded in 1850 and is headquartered in New South Wales, Australia.

The University of Sydney

Parramatta Road

Sydney, NSW 2006


Founded in 1850


61 2 9351 2222

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University Of Sydney Key Developments

Northrop Grumman Corporation and The University of Sydney Announce Partnership

Northrop Grumman Corporation and the University of Sydney have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to explore areas of common interest in providing educational, research initiatives and training programs that build local capacity across various sectors in Australia. Under the agreement, Northrop Grumman and the University of Sydney will collaborate on ways to enhance science, technology, engineering and mathematics education through executive development programs, technical training, internship opportunities and collaborative research programs. The agreement will be centered on collaboration around unmanned and autonomous systems applications.

Advanced Surgical Design & Manufacture Limited Announces the Execution of Global License Agreement with The University of Sydney

Advanced Surgical Design & Manufacture Limited announced the execution of a global license agreement with The University of Sydney relating to a composite biocompatible ceramic material known as Sr-HT-Gahnite. ASDM is to facilitate the commercialization of veterinary and orthopaedic solutions based on the composite biocompatible ceramic material developed by the University. Importantly, it is 100 times mechanically stronger than synthetic bone substitute materials in clinical use. This is a project for ASDM and fits strategy of developing a portfolio of products in orthopaedics. This material is a novel breakthrough technology with huge global potential. This materials technology represents the culmination of 22 years of world leading research and it is always rewarding when the University sees the outputs of its work taken up by industry, developing products and bringing them to the market.

University Of Sydney Presents at Regional Airport Development 2014, Apr-30-2014 through May-01-2014

University Of Sydney Presents at Regional Airport Development 2014, Apr-30-2014 through May-01-2014. Venue: Rydges Southbank, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Presentation Date & Speakers: May-01-2014, Damian Oliver, Leading Research Analyst, Workplace Research Centre, Rico Merkert, Senior Lecturer in Aviation Management.

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