Associate Professor Bingqin Li UNSW SPRC
In China, economic growth discourse has been strong. I am trying to argue that people’s wellbeing is also important.
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Professor Julian Trollor UNSW Faculty of Medicine
"We must ‘walk the walk’ by including people with disability as scholars and teachers in the University."
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Prof Tom Shakespeare and Dr Eduardo Benitez Sandoval robotics panel discussion members
Enormous opportunity for robotics to empower people with disability. Work needed to make these technologies accessible.
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Professor Catherine Bridge UNSW Faculty of Built Environment
Socially and culturally we create our built environments, but after we create them they shape what we can and can’t do.
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Researcher Binghao Li
“I am not just interested in doing research and publishing papers, I want to build useful things that help people."
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Associate Professor Gemma Carey
Identifying market inefficiencies within the NDIS, is a world-first with the potential to influence social health.
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Kaspar the robot and Mr Scott Brown UNSW Art & Design
Research into communicating with children with autism – without using language or written words.
Read moreabout Social robotics offers new path for autism therapy
Rosemary Kayess with the Australian Government delegation at the UN
UNSW’s Rosemary Kayess has been elected to United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
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Leanne Dowse
Professor Leanne Dowse brings more than two decades of academic and research expertise to the Institute.
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