Canada’s partnership in the world’s largest radio telescope, located in South Africa and Australia, creates new opportunities for research, but the benefits go beyond astronomy.
Research on how people adopt new technologies suggests the transition is now well under way.
Policies that foster diversity, equity and inclusion have been shown to have many positive operational impacts − including leading to more worker engagement.
Researchers had college students and AI take a standardized test in creative thinking, and all of them were scored by trained evaluators who didn’t know in advance that some had been completed by AI.
The modern representative democracy was the best form of government mid-18th-century technology could invent. The 21st century is a different place scientifically, technically and socially.
Traditional businesses operate with an established solution to a known problem. Startups focus on a product or service no one else provides.
Secondary publishing rights could facilitate immediate open access to publicly funded research and foster global innovation and discovery.
The recent declines of Threads and ChatGPT attest to the reality that rapid and widespread acceptance doesn’t necessarily lead to long-term success.
In the marketplace of ideas, for an app or product to be considered successful, it must be widely adopted for it to represent an innovation.
New health technologies raise complex economic, social, environmental and safety concerns. Just as greenwashing tarnished sustainability efforts, ‘responsibility washing’ threatens health innovation.
Innovators and businesses can use social media in different ways to drive learning across spheres and interest groups, and ultimately to foster innovation.
Without innovation in all five building phases, the industry won’t have the capacity to meet market demands or to deliver the social and affordable housing the government is promising.
Fostering emotional intelligence in entrepreneurs could help Canada meet its sustainable development goals.
Many speak fondly of how Barry Dwolatzky took them into a derelict disco and enthusiastically explained the tech co-working space he envisioned there.
Traditional university research needs a makeover and we’ve worked out a way to do it.
A recent study found that offering workers a choice of what type of reward they would like for offering good suggestions increased the volume of submissions and their creativity too.
Despite the association of ‘Luddite’ with a naïve rejection of technology, the term and its origins are far richer and more complex than you might think.
Countries around the world are racing to develop quantum technologies for computing, sensing and communication. Australia is trying not to get left behind.
Climate innovation prizes only make up a small amount of climate research funding but are very high-profile events.
To ensure the ‘complete transparency’ promised by Anthony Albanese, the new National Reconstruction Fund can learn from the Reserve Bank of Australia.