The University of New South Wales is doubling down on online learning, partnering with provider Keypath Education to launch a series of Master’s programs that will run solely online.
Sydney-based startup Intersective has developed Practera, an online system allowing educators to create experiential learning programs online.
Smart Sparrow has announced the closing of a AU$5.3 million Series C round to expand its technology to cater for increase in online courses in the US.
Targeting university societies, Qnect allows users to browse through events where the ‘attending’ list only reveals those who have paid for a ticket.
Textbook Ventures, a fund run by students at UNSW, wants to empower student associates with the ability to invest in student-run companies.
UNSW partners with India’s Tata Consultancy Services to collaborate across VR, robotics, and machine learning
UNSW has partnered with Indian IT services company Tata Consultancy Services to explore collaboration across areas including virtual reality, robotics, data analytics, and machine learning.
UNSW is aiming to introduce Chengdu, a leading ‘second tier’ Chinese city home to 14 million people, to the Australian innovation community.
Wrapping up the 2016 edition of Australia Week in China, the University of New South Wales has unveiled a $100 million partnership with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology that will see the building of an innovation precinct at the university’s Sydney campus.
Clean-technology startup Zenogen is setting a new standard for innovation in Australia – beyond web- and mobile-based technology – by making the zero-emissions method of producing hydrogen commercially viable. The company has raised a total investment capital of $435,000 and has received praise from investors in the US.