Events - 1 Jun 17

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Pop-up incubator for students, staff and researchers

10 February 2017 - 31 July 2017

Building on our vision to serve the world through innovation, Macquarie has opened its first pop-up incubator on campus.

The pop-up incubator is a brand new space for students, researchers and staff who are working on research or an idea that can be commercialised. We currently offer free desk space, meeting areas & instant access to the growing entrepreneurial community who share and contribute experience and resources that help early ideas grow through the difficult and vulnerable stages of development.

If you are working on an idea, big or small, we encourage you to apply by email with a one paragraph pitch on your business or idea.

The Pop-Up Incubator is made possible by funding from the NSW Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development through the Boosting Business Innovation Program.

 

Science, misinformation and alternative facts workshop

1 June 2017

How is scientific evidence represented in the public domain? This workshop provides a forum for researchers and science communicators to delve into and discuss this topic with fellow thought leaders.

Master of Science webinar

1 June 2017

Macquarie is launching the new Master of Science in 2017.

This practical degree allows you to develop discipline expertise as well as increase your understanding of the business of science and innovation, and build bridges between discovery and the market. It builds on the knowledge you’ve gained in either scientific fields to increase your technical know-how, identify opportunities for innovation and advance your career in exciting new directions.

Majors available include:

  • Biology innovation
  • Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences Innovation
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences Innovation
  • Environmental Sciences Innovation
  • Information Technology Innovation
  • Statistics Innovation

The course centres on three core STEM-focused units in innovation, leadership and entrepreneurship, enriched by a full semester’s internship with one of the University’s innovative industry partners or research leaders. If you’re already working in a related role, you may have the option to gain your internship credit by working on innovative projects with your current employer.

Join Abidali Mohamedali, Associate Lecturer in Science Innovation and Entrepreneurship to hear more about this exciting new program and have your questions answered.

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