Science and Technology are the legs on which innovation walks

Acknowledged as the ultimate renewable resource of nations, innovation can only ever be supported by a tight integration of multiple scientific disciplines in addressing the key challenges of our time. Our School of Science and Technology, with its six integrated, core scientific disciplines is flexible and adaptive in meeting the ever changing research and education needs of industry be it agriculture through our world leading SMART Farm, ICT driving new ways of managing data and intelligent systems, health including human biology and movement and education.

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I went on to teach mathematics in the NSW public system for four years, but I've since used my degree to join the Shell Questacon Science Circus. My options are pretty open from here.

Peter Newman - Bachelor of Science (Mathematics/Physics)

One of the most exciting projects I've worked on was part of my degree program at UNE. We built a mobile app which helps people suffering from mental illness develop self-care skills like time and stress management. It was a massive project and presented us with a lot of challenges. Now I help develop integrated EFTPOS payment solutions for software company Iapetus.

Ermias Zerazion - Bachelor of Computer Science

I have been working in the field of Information Technology for a while and wanted to extend my skills and potentially move into some new and interesting fields.

Alec Shaw - Master of Information Technology

I always enjoyed studying statistics at UNE, and there are some very good statistics lecturers who inspired me greatly.

Qin Liu - Bachelor of Science (Mathematics/Statistics)

I completed my PhD in 2015 and right after, I started to work at UNE as a Junior Research Fellow. Currently, I'm working as a Research Fellow for an ARC Discovery Project. My future plan is to build my career either as an academic or as a researcher.

Hawlader Al-Mamun - PhD in Computer Science

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