Emotions, nerves and passions will be running high on October 23 as some of the city’s brightest and most innovative minds battle it out in this year’s Mayor’s Telstra Technology Awards.
Somerset College has embraced the age of the entrepreneur with an event that revealed some surprises for senior staff at the school this year.
The impact of robotics and evolving technologies on industry, the pitfalls of big data, doping in sport, law without lawyers and the joy of food will be among the broad range of topics explored during Bond University's sixth annual Research Week this month.
Griffith University is taking on the deadly flu virus wiping people out this season through an innovative partnership with German research institutes.
Young entrepreneur and Bond University graduate Alisha Geary is on a mission – to showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and stories locally and across the globe to raise awareness and appreciation.
With her honours degree in Design Futures on the cusp of completion, Queensland College of Art student Janet Turner is also celebrating the unveiling of the Games Village emblem by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
A smart app hailed as the ‘Uber of learning’ will connect students with prospective tutors in real time and allow subjects to track and rate their tutors, using similar technology to the ride-sharing giant.
A unique insight into what athletes can anticipate on arrival at the Commonwealth Games Village next year will be presented to a Gold Coast audience by Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) Village Operations Assistant, Emily Biviano, on Wednesday (Oct 4).
Alisha Geary, creator of luxury active wear brand Faebella and soon-to-be Bond Business/Laws graduate, was crowned a winner of the inaugural [email protected] Australia start-up competition by HRH Prince Andrew, The Duke of York at Government House last night.
Feet are fascinating and complex – they carry our weight for thousands of kilometres in a lifetime, they contain a quarter of the bones in the human body, and there are over 200 different identified foot conditions.