Tech conglomerate Google has partnered with Sydney University to help support the roll out of its startup acceleration and entrepreneurial programme Incubate across the country’s campuses.

The programme has seen the launch of 16 startups from students and alumni since its inception in mid-2012. Participants receive AU$5k ($4,720), as well as access to facilities, workspace, and mentors. Now, Sydney and Google want to introduce a similar scheme at other Australian Universities, with the latter providing financial support as well as…

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