Source: New South Wales Department of Finances State and Federal landowners along the Sydney Harbour foreshore have formed a new group aimed at jointly delivering a suite of initiatives to enhance the visitor experience around Sydney Harbour, including digital innovation. The Sydney Harbour Collaboration (SHC), led by Property NSW, includes 13 State and Federal landowners […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: 19 November 2018 Sydney Law School academic wins 2018 National Dreamtime Award Dr Nicole Watson has been named Educator of the Year at the 2018 National Dreamtime Awards for her outstanding work in law affecting Indigenous people and her support of Indigenous students.
Source: University of Sydney Dr Nicole Watson receives her award from Professor Juanita Sherwood. The National Dreamtime Awards, conferred during a ceremony at the Star in Sydney, recognise the exceptional achievements and leadership of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders across the community, education, sport, business arts and entertainment in Australia. The Sydney Law School academic […]Read More →
Source: City of Sydney What’s On World Children’s Day is on 20 November and a global day of action for children. This year, UNICEF is asking people to #GoBlue to show their support for children’s education. The exhibition is about children’s experience of school around the world and how we can help them to reach […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: 19 November 2018 Connecting human and machine learning with creativity What will the future of work look like for creative agencies? How can technology be applied to the creative process? These will be the central questions University of Sydney academics and students will grapple with in a new partnership with advertising agency J. Walter Thompson China in Shanghai.
Source: University of Sydney In a ceremony on Friday, J. Walter Thompson China (JWT China) signed on to become the first industry partner in China for innovation style projects. The partnership with JWT China will focus on technology and digital transformation to develop creative solutions for current and future business issues. Chief Executive Officer of […]Read More →
Source: Australian Treasurer Subjects: Labor’s property tax; and Australian embassy in Israel. RAY HADLEY: Treasurer, good morning. JOSH FRYDENBERG: Nice to be with you, Ray. RAY HADLEY: Obviously you want to be going out about negative gearing and what John Symond has warned about in today in The Australian newspaper? JOSH FRYDENBERG: Well, it’s absolutely […]Read More →
Source: New South Wales Department of Primary Industries 18 Nov 2018 The Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has identified a Wobbegong Shark was responsible for an incident at Gerroa on the South Coast yesterday. A DPI shark biologist has assessed photographs of the wounds and a tooth fragment from the shark to identify it as a Wobbegong Shark. A 24-year-old man […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: 19 November 2018 Carp-culling project will be a one-hit wonder, experts warn Associate Professor Joy Becker is a member of the National Carp Control Program Scientific Advisory Group. Her research suggests the CyHV3 virus will not overcome the carp’s ‘remarkable fecundity’.
Source: University of Sydney Common carp are an introduced and invasive species in Australia’s waterways. Photo Pixabay A federal government plan to slash carp fish numbers in Australia’s waterways by infecting the pest-species with a herpes virus will be a one-hit wonder, University of Sydney experts are warning. The warning published last week in Australian […]Read More →
Source: Australia Government Ministerial Statements 19 November 2018 How to fix gender imbalances in industry and the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will be a key issue discussed at the Industry, Innovation and Science Women’s Advisory Roundtable in Sydney today. Members of the Roundtable include prominent business leaders, academics and entrepreneurs. Chaired […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: 19 November 2018 Student visionaries dream of a future-proof global Sydney Seven architecture, arts, business and engineering students with a keen eye on Sydney’s future as a global city have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship.
Source: University of Sydney Seven architecture, arts, business and engineering students with a keen eye on Sydney’s future as a global city have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship. The 2018 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship Student Finalists. Now in its fourth year, the annual Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship celebrates the […]Read More →
Source: New South Wales Health – State Government A decline in smoking in pregnancy and more women accessing first trimester antenatal appointments are among the positive health outcomes in the2017 Mothers and Babies Report, released today. The statewide Perinatal Data Collection collected information on 94,449 women who gave birth to 95,825 babies across 108 NSW […]Read More →