Dr Robin Knight, Director of collaboration platform IN-PART, talks about improving relationships between research and industry, and how to overcome IP challenges.
Chancellor of the University of Kansas, Bernadette Gray-Little, explores science issues that must addressed by the new President of the United States.
Commercialisation expert Natalie Chapman explores what she has learnt by teaching industry engagement to researchers.
Inspiring Australia’s Jackie Randles explores the how and why behind sharing your journey as a researcher.
Australia is vulnerable to cyber threats, so what can we do about it? Director of UNSW’s Australian Centre for Cyber Security, Jill Slay, takes a look.
Commercialisation expert Natalie Chapman shares a traveller’s guide to industry engagement for researchers.
Founder and Managing Director of gemaker, Natalie Chapman, explores the common perception of research commercialisation as ‘the dark side of the force’.
CEO of the Australian Industry Group, Innes Willox, says the Grattan higher education report misrepresents the value of STEM skills.
A new report from the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Water Sensitive Cities reveals ways Australia can move towards greater water sensitivity.
A 15-year strategic plan for Australia’s innovation sector is being developed over the next year. But how does it compare to the rest of the world?
The latest OECD figures reveal how Australia’s science and research funding compares with other countries.
Innovation psychologist Dr Amantha Imber writes about a critical ingredient for business tech innovation in an extract from her book, the Innovation Formula.
The future of chatbots is more than just small-talk, says researchers at CSIRO and the University of Queensland.
Women must leverage the new demand for gender diversity, says Yasmine Finbow, Director of the Women in Tech. conference.
Key lessons from the USA on commercialising quality research to compete effectively in the global economy.
The social life of algorithms: shaping, and being shaped by, our world.
Getting start-ups into high-growth mode earlier is a key national priority for innovation.
CRCA Chief Executive Dr Tony Peacock explains why there has never been a more exciting time to be an innovator in Australia.
A fresh start is needed for science and innovation from the new PM.
Driverless cars could provide considerable economic and environmental benefits for Australia.
Growth in Australia’s modular building housing industry could save jobs from the auto manufacturing industry.
Professor Warwick McKibben notes the importance of flexibility and uncertainty in approaching future challenges.
Commercialising research takes years of work and risk-taking, Margaret Gardner explains.