Innovation

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Two UNSW research teams have been selected to join the CSIRO sci-tech pre-accelerator, ON Prime, to help drive their science and technology ideas from the lab to the marketplace.

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If universities really want to drive innovation they must consider offering businesses access to much of what they discover and invent for free, write Brian Boyle and Kevin Cullen.

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A program that will connect UNSW’s world-class researchers with young NSW innovators and businesses to develop their technologies for global markets has received $1 million in funding.

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Despite a $500 million cut, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency has survived and can still help drive the renewable energy revolution, write Andrew Blakers and Richard Corkish.

money magnet

UNSW has again topped the list of Australian universities with the most millionaire graduates, the latest global analysis shows.

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The $10 million UNSW and Hangzhou Cable Joint Laboratory, the first project of the new Torch Innovation Precinct at UNSW, promises to transform electricity transmission. 

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Senior Australian and Chinese officials, academics and business leaders came together for the gala dinner to officially launch the Torch Innovation Precinct at UNSW.

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To grasp the research opportunities linked to China's big innovation push our universities need to be equally innovative and forward-thinking, writes UNSW Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs.

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The official launch of the Torch Innovation Precinct at UNSW will represent a huge boost for Australian research. 

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Problems with measuring and reporting innovation means successes in the construction industry are  obscured, writes Martin Loosemore. 

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