science

Catching up with Emily Quinn Smyth – future scientist, Auslan activist and colleague!

This UTS student has been very busy since we chatted earlier this year…

Labs of the future: using simulations to stimulate students’ curiosity

Imagine if 300 students were able to complete a laboratory practical where they handle chemicals, take measurements, plot results, interact with high-end equipment – without ever entering a laboratory…

The Teaching Research Nexus in Science

Associate Professor Sheila Donnelly from the School of Life Sciences talks about how she integrates her passion for research with her teaching. Sheila researches host-parasite interactions to develop novel therapeutics for the treatment of autoimmune disease.

Get ready for Sydney Science Festival with UTS academics

You’ll find lots of familiar faces at this year’s Sydney Science Festival. Read on to find out what’s happening and how you can get involved…

The Simulation Blues

Cultural competence and the use of simulations