Tower

Issue 18

Issue 18: Spring 2018

Cover of Issue 18 of Tower Magazine

In the latest issue of Tower Magazine read about 2018 Alumni Award winners and how three UTS industrial design graduates have used storytelling to create some of the biggest and brightest displays at Vivid Sydney.

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Living in colour

Woman looking at Vivid Lights

This year, UTS became the first university to have its own installation at Sydney’s annual festival of light and music — Vivid Sydney — with a living, breathing ‘algae forest’ of coloured light.

Magic box

3D printer with orange chair

A 3D printer is one of the many highlights of the UTS ProtoSpace, a 900 square metre facility that features an extensive collection of additive manufacturing technologies.

Alumni Awards 2018

UTS Alumni Awards

Be inspired by this year's UTS: Alumni Awards winners - entrepreneurs, innovators, leaders and change-makers, making their mark here in Australia and around the world.

The three amigos

Renzo B Larriviere, Simone Chua and Chris Daniel

Find out how Simone Chua, Renzo B Larriviere and Chris Daniel use storytelling to create some of the biggest and best displays at Vivid Sydney.

New roads to leadership for Indigenous students

Jemma Ibbotson

CareerTrackers leadership conference gives Indigenous UTS interns a wider understanding of their potential in the workforce.

Getting the right start

Rafael Perez

Four UTS students who received a Linden Little Engineering Equity Scholarship share the impact it has had on their studies and careers.

The future is deep green

Scientists in a lab with green algae

For many, the word algae conjures up images of green slime taking over their fish tank or backyard water feature. But relatively few are aware that this prolific microorganism offers a compelling solution to our planet’s resource exhaustion challenges.

Servant of the herd

John Connell

Find out how Simone Chua, Renzo B Larriviere and Chris Daniel use storytelling to create some of the biggest and best displays at Vivid Sydney.

Confronting stereotypes

Amy Wang

Filmmaker Amy Wang is not afraid to explore the darker side of human nature — with her latest short film gaining attention on the international festival circuit.