Educating politics | UOW OUTLOOK MAGAZINE

The best intentions on entering politics often get swallowed up in the game. But for Jihad Dib MP – NSW Member for Lakemba and Shadow Minister for Emergency Services and Energy and Climate Change – his motivation is the same as it has always been: to change lives for the better.

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Hungry for a share in a booming startup? Bundlfresh delivers | MQ Incubator news

Quality local produce and artisan products have never been in higher demand, but in a world where online shopping and delivery are king, small independent businesses often struggle to compete with supermarket chains. In Sydney’s Northern Beaches, innovative startup Bundlfresh is changing the game – and right now, its founders are offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for everyday people to take a stake in its prodigious growth.

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A bold new world: rethinking finance | MQ Incubator

Proxima Capital’s prodigious success goes far beyond simply being in the right place at the right time. The confluence of the extraordinary vision and deep experience of its co-founders, Bernard Orenstein and Oliver Chalk, has placed the startup on the frontlines in building the new financial system.

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The next wave of telehealth innovation | The Health Advocate

Telehealth has truly come to the fore amidst COVID-19, and what has accelerated is a new horizon of telemedical support in specialities. But My Emergency Doctor(MED) has long been at the forefront of emergency telemedicine – they’ve been addressing pervasive emergency department challenges through innovations in telehealth since 2016.

Read the full story in The Health Advocate.

Going low waste this Easter? Hop to it with our top tips | news blog

Easter is synonymous with delicious chocolate treats and sharing meals, love and laughter with family and friends. But celebrations and gift-giving are often accompanied by a whole lot of waste – from packaging, cards and gift wrapping to leftover or unused food. Try these top tips this year for a more sustainable Easter.

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Resilience Under Fire | UOW OUTLOOK MAGAZINE

As experts warn of more frequent and devastating bushfires to come, building greater community resilience to bushfires – through more effective preparation, recovery and rebuild – is vital. Senior Professor Paul Cooper is leading a multidisciplinary team of top UOW researchers on a unique project to holistically explore these issues and map a path forward.

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Innovation deep dive | MQ Incubator

For the Australian Defence Force, timely access to accurate information can quite literally mean the difference between life and death. Invicta Prospects is tackling the problem head-on with its innovative software platform, saving countless lives and millions of dollars in the process.

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In recent years, the cry to get more women into STEM careers – and support them to flourish – has amplified. Meet some of UOW’s rising stars of STEM, paving the way for the next generation to confidently chase their dreams.

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The business of ending modern slavery | MQ Incubator

Globally, modern slavery impacts nearly  46 million people, and in Australia, conservative estimates suggest 15,000 people are living and working in slave-like conditions. Unchained helps Australian companies to not just comply with the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018, but to go further, making a genuine impact on stopping modern slavery around the world.

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Using the brain on the bench | UOW Outlook Magazine

Think a 3D-printed model of your brain, complete with neurons derived from your individual stem cells and arranged in complex neural pathways, is the stuff of science fiction? Not according to electromaterials pioneer and NSW Scientist of the Year Professor Gordon Wallace, whose groundbreaking ‘Brain on the Bench’ technology is poised to revolutionise understanding and intervention in neurological diseases.

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Multi-drug resistant UTI: is the answer in our food? | INSPIRE magazine

Urinary tract infections are among the most common bacterial infections, with treatment costs running to billions of dollars worldwide each year – and the problem is being compounded by growing antimicrobial resistance. But according to new research, the answer could well lie in the food we eat.

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The future is deep green | Tower Magazine

For many, the word algae conjures up images of green slime taking over their fish tank or backyard water feature. But relatively few are aware that this prolific microorganism offers a compelling solution to our planet’s resource exhaustion challenges.

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Helping children thrive | UTS Research and Innovation case study

Every child deserves an equal chance to thrive; but in a resource-limited world, how do we determine the intervention strategies that will deliver universal and lasting benefit? Biostatistician Distinguished Professor Louise Ryan believes data science can play a critical role in the complex search for answers.

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SUEZ Customer Case Studies

A selection of customer case studies developed for SUEZ Australia, in both editorial and problem-solution formats.

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The art of influence | UOW Outlook

In a global market where consumers are exposed to as many as 5,000 advertising messages and countless social media posts daily, what helps a brand achieve cut-through and gives it credibility, longevity and influence?

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