TAG: The University of Adelaide
Article from ‘The Australian’ written by Peter Alford – 20 March 2019
Older Australians are in the top echelon of business start-ups, according to a new report that is part of a continuing global entrepreneurship study, but young adults are far less – enterprising.
Australians outperform most other developed-world ationalities in most categories in the Global Entrepreneurship […]
Winners of this year’s University of Adelaide Australian eChallenge France proved that the competition is a springboard for innovative problem-solving and tackling current real world problems.
The competition is not only an avenue for launching new businesses, it’s also an opportunity for tertiary students to develop global awareness and citizenship, which is a critical asset in […]
This July, 16 students stepped out of their classroom and into some of top universities and organisations across Europe to focus on new insights in Project Management linked with the latest trends in production technology and engineering. The Study Tour program gave them the opportunity to witness firsthand project management in action at mega factories […]
Presenter Professor Roger Maull taps into a 21st century concern that affects all of us – data access and ownership. Roger’s presentation will focus on the use of personal data. Digital technologies such as the Internet of Things are often driven from a provider perspective. If you buy a device the data belongs to the […]
Where would you find a combination of sheep farming, aerospace technology, foodie networking and animated science? The re-launched ThincLab provides the opportunity for all of these exciting new start-ups to come together, collaborate and network with other innovative and entrepreneurial individuals. Importantly, the ThincLab program not only provides a creative space but also a suite […]