Thursday, May 19, 2022

Curtinnovation a chance to embark on journey of collaboration with Curtin

A game-changing cybersecurity platform, a data-driven program helping businesses, schools and households reduce their carbon footprint and a smart microchip...

Modernist architecture of West Auckland inspires contemporary take on jewellery

An exhibition featuring 18 “pieces of adornment” designed and made by Gina Hochstein, School of Architecture and Planning, explores the relationship between jewellery and the modernist architecture of the 1950s and 1960s in Titirangi, Auckland, and the lives of women who lived in those buildings.

UM kicks off One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition

This year, the University of Macau (UM) continues to hold the One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition, with the trade show and the elevator pitch contest already being held successfully.

4th Australasian Commodity Markets Conference

A conference dedicated to high-quality research in all areas of economics and finance related to commodity markets, with an emphasis on – but not limited to – the Australasian aspects of commodity markets and energy risk.

Celebrated conductor to lead Symphony Orchestra

For one night only, on 25 March, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music's Symphony Orchestra will be led by celebrated guest conductor Ola Rudner. This is the Orchestra's first public performance after an absence of more than two years.

AI Thrust Seminar| AI-powered Image Perception for Vision and Healthcare

As indicated in a famous adage “A picture is worth a thousand words”, images usually convey a lot of information. It is desirable to separate input images into multiple layers via image perception algorithms for people to understand them easily.

University scientists lead the conversation on growing the space economy

The University of Adelaide’s Professor Matthew Gilliham is guiding a session on the technologies needed to support long-term space habitation at the Andy Thomas Space Foundation 13th Australian Space Forum.

Art and Science combine in upcoming exhibition as part of a project sharing the...

A new LU Arts exhibition will demonstrate how artists can work across disciplines as it shares the processes involved in digital artist Sarah Selby’s project ‘Between the Lines’.

CS4HS open to more digital teachers

The Covid omicron outbreak has proven to be a blessing in disguise for 2022’s CS4HS workshop, which takes place online on Thursday 10 February, as it will now be able to host even more teachers from throughout New Zealand.

UM Open Day to be moved online

The University of Macau (UM) Open Day has been a popular activity among Macao residents and has drawn many visitors over the years. Because of the epidemic, this year’s event to be held on 16 January (Sunday) will be moved online.
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