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.
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