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.


The key to unlocking innovation

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What do we need for innovation to really flourish? Nicola Hazell, Head of Diversity and Impact at BlueChilli, explains why diversity is the key.


We must get serious about Reconciliation if we are to reduce homelessness in Australia

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Mission Australia recently compared Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander young people's responses on their values, concerns, health, wellbeing, housing and safety. Catherine Yeomans, CEO of Mission Australia, has the results.

ANU $8 million battery storage and integration program

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As the proportion of renewables in the grid grows, battery storage and its integration are becoming increasingly important. Professor Ken Baldwin is the Director of the ANU Energy Change Institute, which will appoint an internationally recognised research leader to improve ways to store renewable energy.​

How to build an innovation culture

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Everyone’s talking about innovation, but how do you actually develop an innovative culture? Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin shares his insights as CEO of the globally expanding startup accelerator BlueChilli.