Wednesday, 21 October 2015 09:52
IMB Bank Community Foundation has joined forces with local not-for-profit organisation Need A Feed to gather together food items during October for Christmas hampers to help local families doing it tough during the festive season.
IMB Bank Community Foundation helps Life Education and Healthy Harold deliver vital lesson in the Illawarra
Friday, 16 October 2015 16:35
It’s a partnership spanning a number of years and in 2015, Australia’s largest non-government provider of drug and health education to children and young people,Life Education, again received funding from the IMB Bank Community Foundation to help them with their important work in local schools.
Friday, 16 October 2015 16:07
Australian’s traditionally have not been huge fans of Halloween but with Gen Y now with young kids of their own and inspired by American Pop culture are more closely embracing some classic neighbourhood Trick or Treating.
Thursday, 17 September 2015 11:28
With technology shrinking at such a rapid rate, scientists are engineering devices that are so small they can be inserted into the body and perform functions at a cellular, molecular and atomic level.
Thursday, 17 September 2015 10:57
Ben Moir’s philosophy is simple. Technology takes up an enormous part of our lives however it is distracting us from actually living our real lives and taking away our eyes and our ears. Faced with a world where technology is moving too fast to document, he believes we can only break new ground in innovation if we get back and experience the real world, and not through the lens of a computer.
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 15:03
The world is waking up to the fact that we cannot endlessly dig up resources, use them, and discard them as waste. But now imagine a system where all our resources are endlessly reused or harmlessly returned to the biosphere – waste could get consigned to the history books.
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 10:16
uberveillance (say “oohbuhvayluhns”) noun. an omnipresent electronic surveillance facilitated by technology that makes it possible to embed surveillance devices in the human body. (Term conceived by Dr. MG Michael)
Dr Katina Michael, an associate professor at the University of Wollongong, specialises in the socio-ethical implications of emerging technologies or ‘uberveillence’.