Innovation

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Most girls are interested in entrepreneurship, they just don’t know where to start, say the organisers of the UNSW Female Entrepreneurship Initiative, a program offering support for women in the startup space.

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Building a proper foundation for innovation and industry will deliver for us and for our children as we sail into the Asian Century, writes Merlin Crossley.

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Atlassian’s Scott Farquhar and quantum computing leader Michelle Simmons will be among speakers at the inaugural showcase of UNSW's entrepreneurs and innovators in San Francisco this week.

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Australia’s first payload of scientific experiments blasts off for the International Space Station in November, thanks to a group of high schoolers and UNSW space entrepreneur Solange Cunin. 

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High fashion and engineering don’t usually sit together in people’s minds, but UNSW engineering graduate Bel Teh has found a niche that brings those two worlds together. 

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Atlassian's Scott Farquhar and quantum computing powerhouse Michelle Simmons are among the leading innovators and entrepreneurs heading to San Francisco in June for UNSW’s inaugural Alumni Entrepreneurs and Innovation Summit. 

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Once the domain of software and cyber security, student-led hackathons are emerging as a creative force for good in diverse and unexpected areas.

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UNSW has announced the appointment of Professor Nicholas Fisk as Deputy Vice-Chancellor to lead the University's research efforts.

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There’s much more at stake at Australian steelmaker Arrium than today’s jobs, writes Veena Sahajwalla.

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Innovation partnerships with China will help translate research breakthroughs into commercially viable technologies, write Ian Jacobs and Laurie Pearcey.

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