Affiliated Macquarie Innovations
Modular Photonics, a spin out from Macquarie University, is a young, B2B company manufacturing glass-microchip devices that increase data transmission rates and reach in legacy public and enterprise multimode fibre networks. Our award winning plug-and-play products install in one hour, enabling 1 to 40G data rates at less than 75% of the cost to re-cable to single mode fibre.
The underlying technology base was originally developed at Macquarie University to solve the very real problem of integrating object-based learning into online education. Pedestal 3D now operates as a wholly independent entity after successfully spinning out from Macquarie University with assistance from the Office of Commercialisation and Innovation.
You can complete this course and receive your certificate in eight days or spend longer exploring the included case studies and watching the videos. Regardless of the sector you work in, completion of this course will help your career development and current job activities.
The course is also recommended for larger groups and special rates can be offered.
Contact: Dr Kirsten Davies
Spectrum Academic Mentoring (SAM) is an evidence-based approach to mentoring that empowers mentees to choose their mentors and the type of mentoring relationship, whether it is one-on-one or group. Working in partnership or as a group, mentees set the goals, timeframes and parameters for how the relationship will work.
Our mentoring guide identifies key skills for mentees and mentors and provides an easy step-by-step process for both mentees and mentors, including checklists and reflection exercises.
Blast off into the world of science in a fun, safe environment. Is your child ready to experiment, ask questions, wonder, investigate and - maybe - get a little messy? They'll do all this and more as they explore science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) concepts through fun, hands-on activities.
Developed by experts and delivered by experienced teachers, the program is aligned with the NSW Science and Technology Syllabus and the Early Years Learning Framework. Classes are relevant and age-appropriate, including smaller classes for younger children, and more challenging content for older ones.
Content owner: Commercialisation and Innovation Last updated: 15 Oct 2019 12:40pm