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Microfabrication Engineer Job at University of NSW
Develop fabrication methods for microfluidic devices whose manufacture can be scaled by hot embossing, injection moulding or roll embossing.More information on this Job
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University of NSW
Why Work at UNSW?
The University of New South Wales is recognised throughout the world as an important centre of learning with a reputation for excellence in research and teaching and a strong international profile. The breadth of the Universitys activities is evident in its wide ranging research, in the provision of a broad range of undergraduate and graduate courses, in links with industry and commerce and in its outreach into the community.
UNSW is a foundation member of the Group of Eight leading Australian universities and a member of Universitas 21, a consortium of the worlds leading universities in Australia, Europe, America and Asia. UNSW is committed to innovative teaching methods using the latest technology and approaches to educational design.
Teaching and research are the core activities of UNSW, with over 600 degrees and diplomas at the undergraduate levels. Our courses are recognised world wide for their flexibility and diversity. The University has a student population of 40,007 with 8,115 international students and employs approximately 5,000 staff. It has over 90 exchange agreements, giving students the opportunity to study and learn around the world.
UNSW is comprised of 9 Faculties: Arts & Social Sciences, Built Environment, College of Fine Arts, Commerce & Economics, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Science, Australian Graduate School of Management and the University College, ADFA located in Canberra, ACT.
In addition, the University operates over 70 Centres and Institutes which provide specialised research and teaching. The University has forged successful research partnerships, including cross-disciplinary, cross-institution, business/industry and international partnerships. UNSW academics have established over 2000 research and academic links with colleagues around the world.
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