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The chairman of Innovation and Science Australia, Bill Ferris, says Australia should set itself a task to become the healthiest country on the planet.
In doing so, he says it will also become one of the most innovative nations.
The recommendation comes in...
The agricultural sector is booming but are the benefits flowing to regional Australia?
Saul Eslake and Fiona Simson discuss the regional economy and what is needed to drive growth.
Saul Eslake is an economist, company director and Vice Chancellor's Fellow at the University...
Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, is in Australia to deliver a series of presentations and public lectures. Wozniak says government support for innovation starts with education and believes Australia has the technical expertise to compete on the world's innovation stage.
In his official Budget reply address last night, Bill Shorten laid out Labor's plan to get the country moving in the wake of the mining boom. It's an agenda with an emphasis on education and clean energy.
The Opposition leader rejected the Government's Budget...
World demand for food is booming but Australia's participation in that growth is not inevitable. The Australian Farm Institute warns we need to bust some myths about the nation's relative competitiveness, invest capital, build skills and marketing capacity and play smarter if we are going...
Millions of people around the world are using peer-to-peer platforms for everything from booking a holiday, using a ridesharing business, or even finding a tradesperson. Uber and Airbnb are two of the biggest names in Australia’s growing peer-to-peer economy.
But governments here and abroad...
Though it's not widely known or recognised, science directly contributes $145 billion dollars to the national economy each year.
The report "The importance of advanced physical and mathematical sciences to the Australian economy" discussed here, shows that advanced physical and mathematical sciences account for...