Local innovations need support from government and corporates

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Not many people know about a technology that is keeping our lives from descending into the chaos of record keeping anxiety. Ben Pearson, CEO of start-up Mainframe Cloud, explains.​

Innovation in outer space, it’s not rocket science

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Australia is the only OECD country without a national space agency. Andrea Boyd, Flight Operations Engineer from the International Space Station in Germany, explains why a sustainable space sector would strongly accelerate Australia’s innovation system.

Welcome to the GAP Summit on Spaces of Australia Innovation

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Global Access Partners (GAP) is holding its 7th Annual Growth Summit in NSW Parliament House to discuss Spaces of Australian Innovation. Catherine Fritz-Kalish, Co-founder and Managing Director of GAP, delivered the introduction.​

Spaces of Australian Innovation

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What is the latest in Australia’s innovation sector? Stephen Hayes has an overview of what’s happening in a number of areas.

Australia’s digital imperative starts with our youth

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Australia’s best technology ideas come from those who aren’t familiar with restrictions: our youth. That’s the essence of Young ICT Explorers, a non-profit competition created by SAP. John Ruthven, President and Managing Director of SAP Australia and New Zealand, explains.

Looking to the stars – Australia’s rising innovative industry

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Innovation spaces in Australia need the support of bright and motivated people. Solange Cunin is the CEO of Cuberider, which gives high school students the opportunity to learn STEM skills by designing and coding experiments that are tested in space on the International Space Station.