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Young Entrepreneurs - Framefish

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Framefish is virtual try-on software that allows you to upload a photo of your face so you can see exactly what you’ll look like in your new specs. UNSW's Peter Anderson takes us through his app.

Young Entrepreneurs - Foodbank Local

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Foodbank Local is a smartphone/tablet app that’s like online shopping for food donations, helping supermarkets, bakeries and other food donors to connect with local charities fast. UNSW's Brad Lorge takes us into "the wide-area pantry".

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Young Entrepreneurs - Flaneur

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Flaneur is an online platform that provides artists with the exposure and income they need to develop and support their work while providing venues with decoration and traffic through their doors. UNSW's Brigitte Poletto paints the picture.

Young Entrepreneurs - Collaboreat

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Collaboreat is a website that connects you and your hungry friends. Why eat greasy take-away on your own, when you can have a healthy home cooked meal with your mates? UNSW's Chen Wang shares his recipe for better eating.

Young Entrepreneurs - Austern International

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For university students getting the right internshipis more and more important. Austern International combines internships in China, with language and cultural courses at Liaoning University.

UNSW Elite Athlete Support Program

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What do Sydney Swan Tadhg Kennelly, recent Ashes debutante Usman Khawaja and pro surfer Jessi Miley-Dyer have in common? They've all studied under UNSW's Elite Athlete Support Program.

Elixir of Youth?

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A team of scientists from UNSW and Harvard are working towards what could be a prescription for a longer, healthier life. Professor David Sinclair and Dr Lindsay Wu take us through the science that could see us living past 100 years old in a healthy state. Professor Sinclair has been honoured as one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world.

Blasting bushfires with explosives

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UNSW researchers are a step closer to proving whether explosives — rather than water — can be used to extinguish an out-of-control bushfire.



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