In its latest round, 14 programs were funded by CSIRO’s Next Generation Graduates Programs. RMIT will lead four and will provide generous scholarships to domestic PhD students, allowing them to be part of a multi-disciplinary team aimed at solving real-world challenges.
The Department of Architecture under NUS CDE opened a living laboratory that will serve as a site for various parties to conduct a wide range of teaching and research activities on sustainable development of the built environment.
The government of Indonesia recognises the importance of digital transformation in the education sector and it has become one of the top priorities in the country.
HKUST IST signed an MoU to foster the partnership on ESG initiatives through education and tech and both will work to accelerate the transition to a circular economy and drive innovation towards a net-zero future.
A first-of-its-kind school at the Australian National University will seek to understand how Australia and the world can safely navigate and steer the profound impact of new tech as well as the effect AI has on daily lives.
On top of traditional research in data science, AI and ML, the centre will establish a pipeline of scholarships/internships for students, train early career researchers and focus on industry, IP and commercialisation.
The Role and Impact of Public-Private Partnerships on Higher Education, Annie Koh, Steering Committee, Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition (LKYGBPC)
Public-private partnerships are essential to the functioning of the educational system and are of the utmost importance to the “lifelong learning” component of both students and alumni.
The new centre will upskill researchers in cutting-edge 3D imaging and analysis technology to help repair bones, safely store CO2, deactivate viruses on surfaces and recycle car parts among a range of critical applications.
The two sides hope the collaboration will contribute to promoting the research, development, and application of new solutions for innovation and digital transformation for businesses across all domains.
Various stakeholders including policymakers, representatives of philanthropic and I&T sectors, teachers and the general public gathered to discuss employment opportunities and possibilities for PWD.