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Gender equality at UTS: the soapbox

Hi, Wade Zaglas here, education editor for Campus Review. Welcome to our new soapbox segment where we discuss some of the more the more controversial issues of the week. The University of Technology Sydney has made a decision to raise ...

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Australia’s first student-built, driverless car

It’s taken three years to make and Australia’s first student-built, fully autonomous race car – the M19-D – displayed its capabilities on Open Day at Monash University’s Clayton campus. Showcasing the latest in driverless automotive technology, including “complex environment perception ...

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Alumnus donates $13.5 million to UQ academy

The University of Queensland will soon benefit from a $13.5 million donation from one of its alumnus. The donors, alumnus Andrew N. Liveris and wife Paula Liveris, gave the funds to help establish the Liveris Academy in the university's Faculty ...

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Sydney, Singapore researchers join forces

Engineers from the University of Sydney and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore have agreed to collaborate on research into artificial intelligence, food technology, clean energy and waste management. The "faculty-to-faculty partnership" will see engineering and information technology students explore new ...

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UNSW tackles gender imbalance

The University of New South Wales aims to smash gender imbalance in engineering by bringing the number of females enrolled in the degree up to 30 per cent by 2020. As part of the initiative, more than 100 girls from ...

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Hope and ambition collide at STEM careers fair

Rihanna’s latest hit reverberated around the brick atrium of the National Innovation Centre, home to Cicada Innovations. The reason for the hip beats? 'Emerge': Cicada and government department UrbanGrowth NSW’s inaugural STEM careers expo. Backpack-clad students wandered from booth to ...

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