Will nurses eventually be replaced by robots? Nurses themselves need to engage with the ongoing technological revolution in healthcare - to shape the future of the profession.
Jobs are not created or lost because of a single technology, but because of the business models designed to leverage the power of it.
Science funding still falls short of 2005 levels. It's time for Canada's government to fix that problem, before it's too late.
Rules are made to be broken. Innovation stalls when you don't follow that simple maxim.
Artificial intelligence has so much beneficial potential that fears about it shouldn't prompt new regulations. Existing rules already govern human and machine behavior.
It can be much easier to develop a new product than to actually get people to try it, even for big established brands. Where did launches for products like Crystal Pepsi go wrong?
To attract the most crowdfunding, a product should be framed as either new or useful.
While every other social media platform seeks to tie users in through content-rich profiles, the transient nature of Snaps means the company needs to find a new hook.
Innovation is focused on regional centres that have research and development institutions, but more than 150 regional areas have potential to match this innovation, research finds.
Women can often draw attention to dimensions of thinking that their male perspective may miss. But this will only work if they are in positions that allow them to lead and drive the research agenda.
Ensuring knowledge creates impact involves disciplinary excellence, communication, co-location and funding.
South Africa should look towards inclusive growth to push back the growing levels of poverty within the population.
Spurring productivity growth requires innovation. Not just in products, but in our business models and management practices.
Creative makerspaces in Ontario schools weave passion with digital technologies to teach 21st century skills.
From kingfishers to dandelion seeds and bone tissue, natural organisms are the source of many radical human innovations in technology and medicine.
The 2017 Global Innovation Index shows that most countries in Latin America and the Caribbean could do much more to tap their innovation potential
Inequality actually restricts people from earning more, educating themselves and becoming entrepreneurs.
The UK is about to miss an opportunity if it tries to take on the giants of the lithium-ion battery industry.
Doctors are taught how to treat skin cancer – but not necessarily how to empathise with those who have it.
A comparison of 36 Australian cities finds that, unlike Europe, the data on their creativity and culture are not closely linked to their capacity to generate economic value and social well-being.