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Being a parent and being a founder of a are two huge commitments – doing both at the same time seems like an ambitious path. Find out how our founders are forging careers in in the community. Read more:
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The Conversation Jun 13
LISTEN: 'People felt totally trapped': what it's like to be a pensioner renting privately as Australia's housing costs soar via
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Emma Camp Jun 12
It was an honour today to take the Explorers Festival stage to discuss my project, helping survival in the face of & to hear the other amazing Awards Finalists.
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The Conversation Jun 12
This is based on a true story of modern slavery in (we've changed the names of those involved). Eventually, John was able to get help, but he was in very poor health and died a few years later. Read the full comic here:
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The Sydney Morning Herald Jun 11
Former NSW premier Bob Carr will take up a new role as an industry professor, with a focus on business and climate change, at the University of Technology, Sydney
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The Conversation Jun 11
"They might have an afternoon at somebody’s home and you’re asked to bring a plate [of food]. You see, I couldn’t afford to do that." Elderly renters are struggling to make ends meet, and their social lives are suffering:
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UTS:CIC Jun 11
How analytics and AI are closing the 'feedback loop' — CIC's Director interviewed last week at by ... • replay his talk
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UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures Jun 11
"Professor Bob Carr's appointment will aim to bring all of UTS’s considerable climate change expertise to the policy table": DVC-Research . We look forward to working together to continue our work toward sustainable futures.
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UTS Jun 11
Dr Jacqui Pich talks about her research into the physical risks nurses face at work, often from the people they're caring for.
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The Conversation Jun 11
Slavery still happens in Australia. You might think it's just in factories in countries that make our phones and clothes, but it's happening here and now. This comic, with NSW anti-slavery commissioner , explores four real case studies:
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The Conversation Jun 11
Increasing numbers of older Australians don't own their homes. Whether they are private renters or live in social housing can make a big difference to their risk of loneliness and anxiety
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The Conversation Jun 11
Selective schools mainly 'select' advantage, so another one won't ease Sydney's growing pains via
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UTS Jun 11
She fell in love with the underwater world while snorkelling in the Caribbean at age 7. Now is a expert and finalist in the 2019 . Can she become one of the 5 laureates? People's choice voting closes today.
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UTS C3 Jun 11
Voting closes TODAY for , the sole Australian in the running for the prestigious ! Go to   to support her research in understanding how corals adapted to extremes can support our future
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SAGE Jun 10
SAGE STEMM profile: Q&A with Dr Arti Agrawal, Associate Professor and Director, Women in Engineering and IT, Faculty of Engineering and IT, UTS ... Making the most of every opportunity
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Australian Academy of Science Jun 11
Distinguished Professor Mary-Anne Williams is Director of The Magic Lab . Learn about her work in ‘disruptive innovation’ and bio-inspired tech at the Shine Dome on 18 June
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UTS Jun 6
Could it be an octopus's garden in the making down ? Prof David Booth hopes all sorts of creatures will call this new custom-made reef home. See how the project unfolded.
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UTS Jun 6
She fell in love with the underwater world while snorkelling in the Caribbean at age 7. Now is a expert and finalist in the 2019 . Can she become one of the 5 laureates? People's choice voting closes soon.
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Suzy Freeman-Greene Jun 5
Why aren't we taught at school about amazing women like Isabel Flick - who fought segregation in 1960s Australia? via
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UTS Jun 5
Could it be an octopus's garden in the making down ? Prof David Booth hopes all sorts of creatures will call this new custom-made reef home. See how the project unfolded.
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