Everyone talks about it, but what does innovation really mean? And how do you create a culture in which innovators flourish?
Shaun Holthouse loves sport, though he has more aptitude for maths and science than any natural talent on the field.
Imagine a museum where you can trace your heartbeat, test your blood or learn to pick locks.
Picture a top interior designer on holidays sitting by a forest stream. Suddenly she spies a moss-covered rock with exactly the shade of green she’s been looking for.
It’s a big jump from the tiny bronzed booties parents once kept as a memento of their new-born child to a three-dimensional model of their baby’s face in the womb, transformed from ultrasound images into an amazing 3D-printed relief sculpture.
A group of University of Melbourne researchers has conquered the seemingly impossible task of generating and storing pure oxygen without electrical power.
When three of the world’s biggest high-tech companies expressed alarm that university graduates lacked the 21st century skills needed in the digital age, it triggered a revolution now affecting higher education and schools across the globe.
Even the French are awed by Ted Gott’s deep knowledge of their art and culture.
A chance botanical encounter reveals what the explorers knew long ago: that Australia’s Indigenous people had been cultivating crops well before the first Europeans arrived.
It’s called ED. The place people instinctively turn to when they are injured or suddenly ill, and where the doctors are ready for anything.