New Law Courses Equip Tech-Savvy Graduates at Flinders University



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The legal implications of emerging technologies and how those technologies can be used in legal practice to increase access to justice will be embedded in a new suite of legal courses at Flinders University.

Dean of Law Associate Professor Tania Leiman says the new curriculum will be available for study from March 2020.

The new courses were officially launched by distinguished lawyer and former US Ambassador to Australia and Professor Jeff Bleich, …

University Of Newcastle Establishes First Doctoral Training Centre



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The University of Newcastle has today launched its inaugural Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) focused on supporting the Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector – the Advanced METS DTC.

Fostering collaborative PhD projects, the Advanced METS DTC is aimed at delivering innovative and transformational technologies and developing skilled innovators of the future.

Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation), Professor Kevin Hall, said Australian METS companies were global leaders in providing products and services throughout the mining value chain. …

UniSA To Focus Its Satellite Research In Support Of Australia’s Space Agency



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The University of South Australia has welcomed Monday’s announcement of the new Australia Space Agency as a focus for Australia’s almost $3 billion industry.

UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research Professor Tanya Monro says Australian expertise in the wide range of technologies that support burgeoning space industries only needs to be focused to reap important rewards for the nation.

“Enterprising collaborations with industry put us in the box seat to meet the engineering, …

Prehistoric remnants transformed into futuristic experience



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A virtual reality and 3D printing project is creating sensory dinosaur encounters.

The application of cutting-edge technology is breathing life into dinosaur fossils. Dr Ben Horan, Director of Deakin University’s CADET VR Lab, and Dr Kaja Antlej, Industrial Design Lecturer and researcher in digital heritage interpretation, are working to develop visual and tactile encounters with dinosaurs.

The project illustrates how the use of new technologies can create more dynamic and engaging avenues to promote the sciences, …