Future Work and Industry research
UTS is well positioned to identify and respond to the changing future of work and industries both within Australia and in the rapidly changing global market.
Learn more about some of the exciting ways UTS is making a difference in Future Work and Industry:
Untangling the Port Botany supply chain
Despite negative public perception, government regulation may have an important role to play in supporting collaborative models of leadership, which could hold the key to solving complex supply chain problems.
A stitch in time: revolutionising the online clothing market
A research partnership between UTS and next generation e-commerce company Tec.Fit is set to disrupt online ordering and custom manufacturing processes for the clothing market.
Changing the way we diagnose prostate cancer
A lack of accuracy in current prostate cancer testing methods is driving the development of next generation diagnostic tools, right here at UTS.
Refugee entrepreneurship in Australia
Despite negative public discourse around Australian migration policy, research from the UTS Business School reveals the significant contribution entrepreneurial refugees are making to our country.
A national leadership standard for business success
The need for a common understanding of leadership styles, strengths and challenges is driving the development of a national leadership standard.
Revolutionising steel bridge maintenance
NSW Roads and Maritime Services were looking for a safer solution to the dirty and dangerous work of maintaining steel bridges. UTS researchers delivered — in the form of an autonomous robot.