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UTS:Hatchery Autumn 2017

UTS:Hatchery Autumn 2017

From safety around autonomous vehicles to the applications of algae read about the exciting ideas we’ve been hatchin’ at the Hatchery this session.              ...
Two of Us: Catherine Raffaele and James Francis

Two of Us: Catherine Raffaele and James Francis

UTS:Hatchery’s Lead Educational Designer Catherine Raffaele and Coordinator James Francis first met in the Autumn 2016 session of the Hatchery program. The then teacher-student duo bonded over James’ group project GiveChain, which encouraged young Australians to...
Hatchery alumni turned millionaire

Hatchery alumni turned millionaire

At just 23 years old, Matthew Childs can claim what most his age cannot: he is the CEO and founder of his own successful business. That business, WineStash – which sells a range of wine storage products – is forecast to turn over about $3 million this year....
Finding genius in madness

Finding genius in madness

Studies have shown mental illness is higher among entrepreneurs than the general population. But is it because the entrepreneurial life is stressful or something else? In this episode of The Hatch podcast, we look at the benefits having a mental health challenge can...
Learning how to fail

Learning how to fail

As the economy shifts from the industrial to the information age, the boundaries between employment and entrepreneurialism are blurring. PhD candidate Catherine Raffaele explains how teaching students to fail and learn from their mistakes will lead to more...
UTS grows startup community

UTS grows startup community

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has splashed $11.25 million on a warehouse on Chippendale’s Buckland Street this week, which it will put towards growing the startup community in the area. Patrick Woods, UTS Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Resources), told Commercial...