Australia’s innovation precincts will help drive industry research co-operation and economic growth, a new report just published by the Australian Government claims.
Data analytics vendor Qlik has expanded its academic program to more than 20 educational institutions across 20 cities in Australia and New Zealand.
NBN Co, Australia’s broadband wholesaler, is collaborating on research and development on new technologies, including robotics and the Internet of Things, with the University of Melbourne and the University of Technology Sydney.
University tutoring platform Vygo is planning a national expansion drive after a successful rollout in major Queensland universities.
The SWIFT Institute research group has launched its third annual 2018 Challenge competition focusing on data protection, for Australian students to come up with solutions to current global industry challenges in the financial sector.
Huawei's flagship global corporate social responsibility programme is called "Seeds for the Future". It takes top students to China for a three-week work experience programme, and the 2017 list has been announced.
Apple has today announced the global expansion of its Everyone Can Code initiative to more than 20 colleges and universities outside the US, offering App Development with Swift Curriculum.
Global technology and digitalisation giant Siemens has given an industrial software grant with a commercial value of its product lifecycle management software of $447 million to the University of Western Australia.
Advanced analytics and data management provider RoZetta Technology has partnered with sister company SIRCA to build, deploy and manage an enhanced analytics and data collaboration platform to over 30 Australian and New Zealand universities.
Optus has launched an online cyber education programme for secondary schools, TAFE and universities, including a Cyber Teacher Certification programme for ICT, mathematics and science teachers.
Global Chinese ICT giant Huawei does much more than create telco equipment, enterprise networks, smart devices, IoT and clouds: it plants seeds for the future worldwide.
The South Australian government is investing $4.65 million in establishing what it says is an ultra-fast Internet, offering businesses in Adelaide speeds up to 100 times the national average. The government expects the investment will help to attract high-tech global companies to set up in the city, while also creating jobs.
Huawei Australia and the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) have selected 10 students to be hosted in China as part of Huawei’s Seeds for the Future initiative, their most heavily invested Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity.
Many of Australia’s university students are dissatisfied with university admin digital services, believing that compared to the other services they can do online, student administration is extremely difficult to manage digitally and there is too much paperwork involved.
New drone collision technology is one of a number of projects selected for the next round of the CSIRO’s ON Accelerator, a program designed to boost Australia’s innovation performance by accelerating big science and technology ideas into commercially viable opportunities.
Microsoft’s ‘Philanthropies’ arm is engaging in a ‘new three-part initiative’ which will see 70,000 non-profits and university researchers helped with cloud services over the next three years.
ARNet, Australia’s Academic and Research Network, has launched an Australia Wide-Area SDN Testbed – and innovation platform designed for developing high-speed technologies.
Huawei Australia and the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) have selected 10 students from Australian universities to participate in Huawei’s global undergraduate program, Seeds for the Future.
Nearly a third of Australian employers are looking to hire graduates from ‘preferred institutions’ – or universities - with a new report indicating they are becoming increasingly selective in a highly competitive graduate labour market.
Curtin University has become just the fourth Australian university to join the edX global consortium of many of the world’s top ranked universities, with plans to build a global community of online learners who will be actively engaged with the Western Australian educator.
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