Why do companies devote so much energy to ingenuity that causes harm?
There are some simple steps government, company leaders and venture capitalists can make to help pivot Australia's economy.
A coherent innovation policy requires a focus on fostering networks, and learning from economies similar to ours.
Australians shouldn't assume we can't have the strongest and fastest-moving digital economy in the world.
The new Assistant Minister for Innovation, Wyatt Roy, wants to promote tech start-ups in Australia. But is that such a prudent policy?
The challenge for a 21st century Australian government is to capitalise on research and create new jobs, industries and opportunities for the coming century.
Away from the chaos of Europe's borders, refugees are camped out in vast settlements close to their home countries and where restrictions on entrepreneurship are wasting talent and energy.
A new report from the Australian Council of Learned Academies paints a picture of Australia's technological future.
The new iPad Pro reminds us that firms like Apple are favouring incremental change rather than tackling technology's big challenges.
Policies at universities and in research institutions can be changed in small and significant ways to boost the space for gender equity within the sciences.
A Turnbull government has an opportunity to redirect Australia towards being a science and innovation nation.
Australia has many celebrated examples of world innovation, but ensuring this continues in a systematic way, has proven elusive.
The restructure Google should look at the world's big challenges rather than create solutions to problems that don't exist yet.
Despite futuristic predictions, planes, cars and trains haven't changed much for decades.
Google has become a technology giant, but it's trying to keep its small-company ethos alive.
Highly inventive and offering myriad routes to goal, tiki taka is the kind of approach to innovation and wealth creation the UK must take.
Evidence-based solutions to our systemic dilemmas won't be conjured out of thin air. Universities, governments and businesses all have to work together.
Founded in 1790, the Patent Office aimed to put innovation and entrepreneurship within reach of every citizen. Now, 225 years later, protesters say an out-of-touch system is doing more the opposite.
Nobody loves patent trolls. But new legislation in Congress aimed at the trolls isn't necessary, since the effects of recent patent reforms are only starting to be felt.
Doctoral studies are valued as an engine for development in Africa. If doctoral graduates are to meet this challenge, the very structure of the doctoral programme must change.