UNSW / University of New South Wales stories
Australian firms ramping up AI adoption across sectors
Australian businesses are increasingly adopting AI to enhance operational efficiency across various sectors including health, media, and mining.
Summer camp tackles Australia's tech skills shortage
In a bid to bridge Australia's tech worker shortage, 160 students will participate in Grok Academy's summer computer science camp in Sydney and Melbourne.
Max York, former GE Australia CEO, joins AMSL Aero as new Chief Executive
Max York, ex-CEO of GE Australia, has been appointed Chief Executive of AMSL Aero, bolstering the leading green aviation company's senior leadership.
Cradlepoint and UNSW partner for Sunswift 7 solar car's connectivity needs
Cradlepoint and University of New South Wales join forces to ensure seamless connectivity for the university's Sunswift 7 solar race car.
NSW MidCoast Council deploys Check Point Software
Check Point Software has deployed comprehensive security architecture at MidCoast Council in New South Wales with Check Point Infinity.
Main Sequence Welcomes Dr Jason Whitfield for SynBio Push
Australia's deep tech investment fund Main Sequence has enlisted Dr Jason Whitfield to strengthen links between the firm and universities.
Ryan Perera joins Infinera as SVP of APAC Sales
Infinera hires telecom industry veteran Ryan Perera as Senior VP of APAC Sales to drive faster-than-market growth across the region.
Confluent appoints Kamal Brar as APAC senior vice president
Kamal Brar appointed as Confluent's APAC Senior VP, set to strengthen its presence in Asia Pacific & Japan, delivering real-time data streaming.
ASX 100 company directors ill-equipped for cyber attacks
A UNSW Institute for Cyber study has demonstrated a significant skills gap around cyber security awareness and resilience among ASX 100 company directors.
New book reveals massive flaws in Australian cybersecurity management
Cybercrime has been estimated to cost the Australian economy AUD$42 billion, according to a new book released by a UNSW cybersecurity expert.
The Dark Web: Not all as bad as it may seem - expert
While there is the perception that the dark web is mainly a hub for criminal activity, there are many other reasons why someone may use it.
Scientists use 3D printer to print 'bone' with living cells
Scientists at UNSW Sydney have developed a ceramic-based ink that could allow surgeons to 3D-print bone parts with living cells for repairs.
'They don't make things like they used to' - why devices aren't built to last
Apple accused of encouraging obsolescence, says UNSW industrial design expert. Manufacturers should do more to make products last longer.
NSW to give cybersecurity SMEs R&D gift cards
SMEs in NSW can apply for a ‘cyber voucher’ which will connect them with cybersecurity research teams from one seven universities.
Raiz Invest partners with UNSW to advance machine learning
Raiz Invest teams up with UNSW and NSW Government to create machine-learning recommendation engine for Raiz Rewards.
UNSW partners with Adobe to transform its digital ecosystem
UNSW Sydney teams up with Adobe for a digital makeover to skyrocket its global uni ranking.
GTC18 - Data visualisation: where art and science meet
Tomasz Bednarz of the UNSW EPICentre explains how he and his team are advancing data analytics by bringing technology and design under the same roof.
University offers IT course in high schools
Australian institution keen to change perception of the tech sector among students; do kiwi institutions need to do the same?.