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The new facility will drive rapid translation of clinically-informed research, innovation and education.

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Sensor technologies to help tackle big challenges in agriculture, health, the environment and industry have received a major boost with the NSW Government investing $700,000 in a new Smart Sensing Network.

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The promotion of cycling must include significant investment in infrastructure and law reform that legitimises the cyclist as an equal and vulnerable road user, write Gabrielle Appleby and Adam Webster.

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The NSW government's draft strata termination legislation will empower private citizens to compulsorily acquire other people's homes for redevelopment, even if that redevelopment fails to produce any public benefit, warns Cathy Sherry.

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Could NSW's future power demands be met with renewable energy? UNSW water engineers think pumped hydro storage holds the key.

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The NSW government has thrown its support behind a landmark report by UNSW’s Professor Deborah Brennan, by announcing a $20 million injection into the state's preschools.

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The medical research community can only be encouraged by the level of commitment demonstrated by the NSW government's $30 million funding to fast track cancer research, UNSW's Dean of Medicine, Professor Peter Smith, says.

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COFA will offer scholarships and workshops for Indigenous artists valued at $120,000 over the next four years, under a new partnership with NSW Parliament.

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A UNSW stem cell researcher working to develop a cure for Alzheimers and Parkinsons is the inaugural winner of the Paul Brock Scholarship.

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Senior public servants must be empowered to make key decisions using their own individual ethical judgment, according to research presented at a conference hosted by UNSW.

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