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Venture Catalyst in the UniSA News

Venture Catalyst in the UniSA News

Tuesday, 15 July 2014. The July edition of the UniSA News talks about the Venture Catalyst program in their write-up 'Wanted: Adelaide’s next student entrepreneur'. ITEK is playing a lead role in driving the initiative at UniSA.

Apply Now for the Hills Young Innovator Award

Apply Now for the Hills Young Innovator Award

Friday, 11 July 2014. Apply Now for the Hills Young Innovator Award

Researchers find better way to detect spread of cancer

Researchers find better way to detect spread of cancer

Thursday, 12 June 2014. UniSA researchers have developed a new technology to detect the spread of cancer in the body, providing surgeons with more accurate information and offering patients a better standard of care. Using magnetic tracers instead of radioactive agents, Future Industries Institute...

Illicit drug testing gets more sophisticated

Illicit drug testing gets more sophisticated

Tuesday, 10 June 2014. Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed innovative ‘lab-on-a-chip’ drug testing technology which could transform police roadside and workplace drug testing. The technology works by detecting illicit drugs directly from saliva, as well as illicit drugs...

Venture Catalyst- Funding Opportunity for Student Start-Ups

Venture Catalyst- Funding Opportunity for Student Start-Ups

Tuesday, 27 May 2014. Venture Catalyst is a new initiative developed by the University of South Australia (UniSA) and the South Australian Government,assisting students to translate ideas into business opportunities and generating economic growth for South Australia. With $150,000 committed by the...

Hills Pitch Day – exciting opportunity for staff and students

Hills Pitch Day – exciting opportunity for staff and students

Thursday, 17 April 2014. Through the Hills partnership, two University Project Pitch Days have been announced for 2014, on the 8 May and the 12 November. Pitch Day is an opportunity to pitch project ideas that could be instrumental in generating the next wave of innovative technology solutions,...

UniSA to lead new $88 million CRC in big data

UniSA to lead new $88 million CRC in big data

Sunday, 23 February 2014. The University of South Australia will become the national headquarters for an $88 million Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) in big data, announced today by the Australian Government. The Data to Decisions CRC – funded for five years by a $25 million CRC grant and $62.5...

UniSA partners in national design and innovation centres

UniSA partners in national design and innovation centres

Friday, 14 February 2014. The University of South Australia will be a key player in a new partnership with Hills Limited to put South Australia at the forefront of innovative product design and technology expertise for a wide range of industries, from aged care and health to security and...

Detecting Cancer with a Magnetic Probe

Detecting Cancer with a Magnetic Probe

Thursday, 13 February 2014. Research scientists from the Future Industries Institute at the University of South Australia have developed a novel technology to determine whether cancer has disseminated throughout the body, potentially providing surgeons with more accurate information on cancer...

Australian College of Nursing endorses new e-learning course to improve patient safety

Australian College of Nursing endorses new e-learning course to improve patient safety

Wednesday, 11 December 2013. A University of South Australia (UniSA) online learning program to improve the reliability and quality of handover during patient transitions of case in Australasian healthcare organisations has just been endorsed by the Australian College of Nursing (ACN).