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Government launches Australia’s first sharing economy accelerator, The Sharing Hub

The Sharing Hub will be helping to drive the sharing economy in Australia by showing its value financially alongside other value exchanges to the environment and community. The Hub’s vision is to grow collaborative consumption in Australia by 20X by 2025.

Spark Festival is back to celebrate start-ups and innovation in Sydney this October

In only its second year, having rebranded from the highly successful Startup Week Sydney in 2015, Spark Festival is Australia's leading startup festival, organised by the startup community for the startup community. The first round of Spark Festival’s program features over 50 events across tracks including The Startup Journey, HealthTech, Going Global, Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Security, Social Enterprise, Fintech, Education, Diversity and more.

A tech start-up has secured over $900,000 in investment to put every employee at...

Tech start-up PlanDo, a new career management platform which encourages individuals to ‘self-direct’ their careers, has secured an investment of $916,000

Do you have a big start-up idea that could change the world for the...

Applications are open for Tech23 2015, an event that connects Australian start-ups with the connected people, clever ideas and capital they need to succeed

Who said the stock markets should be for millionaires alone? This app will invest...

Fintech start-up FirstStep wants to democratise investing and open it up to the masses, aiming to let anyone start investing by doing so in small way.

This start-up taking on Ansell and Durex is donating 500,000 condoms to Botswana thanks...

Australian start-up HERO CONDOMS is taking a bite out of the billion dollar condom market - holding its own against global giants Ansell and Durex - with its new deal with Woolworths.

What will Australia look like in 2055? Our ageing population steals the show in...

The Australian Government is required to produce an Intergenerational Report at least every five years that assesses the long-term sustainability of current Government policies...

Does your computer make you happy? Does the blue and black dress debate make...

Does your computer bring you joy (other than those cutesy cat pictures and the annoying blue and black dress debate)? There should be more wellness...

This Sydney business school wants to develop entrepreneurship in Mynamar

Ever since Myanmar went through reforms and opened its economic gates to the world, foreign investors and local entrepreneurs have been eager for a...

Can we fight poverty by profiting from it? This radical business course will teach...

What's the first thing that comes to your mind when we mention the word 'poverty'? Images of hungry people, is my best guess. Most people don't...

You can now swipe images and videos off a wall in Melbourne to a...

Cruiser Interactive, the new spin-off company of Smart Services CRC, has released an innovative software platform that basically turns walls, tables, whiteboards and smart...

Healthcare problem you say? Call the McGyver-style hackers to the rescue!

Never before in Australia, has a problem previously exclusive to a selected few scientists, been opened up to a wider audience. This is what happened at Biohackathon.

Rowan Kunz, 2011 Anthill 30under30 Winner

This year, more than 70,000 students in New South Wales will sit their Higher School Certificate exams, which can be daunting to those students who have university ambition, but don't know what to expect from the exams themselves. Thanks to the Art of Smart Education, the tutoring business founded by Rowan Kunz, they have greater resources at their disposal to succeed.

University of Sydney PhD students score $57 million contract to create military robots

Marathon Robotics, a Sydney-based robotics company founded by three University of Sydney PhD students, has won a $57 million contract with the United States Marine Corps to trial its "Rover" robotic system as a live-fire marksmanship training utility.

New website aims to make engineering sexy for students

The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering at the University of Sydney used the occasion of Engineering Week to launch www.engineeringicons.org.au. The site is designed to encourage more high school students to see engineering as an interesting and viable career path.

Sydney researchers develop energy-efficient model for cloud computing

A breakthrough by researchers at the University of Sydney is set to harmonise two of today's hottest emerging trends: cloud computing and energy efficiency.

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