From Nature Outlook, 1 September 2016: If there is one buzzword dominating the political airwaves in Australia at the moment, it’s ‘innovation’. Since the launch of the government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda in December 2015, the idea that Australia needs innovation to drive the economy has been hammered into the public consciousness with all … Continue reading Australian research funding: a balancing act
From ABC Environment, 4 April 2010: If we were in an action movie right now, we’d be thinking, “How can the hero possibly escape from this, kill the baddie, win the girl and save the planet?” The global financial crisis has sent shockwaves through the world’s economies the likes of which have not been experienced … Continue reading The sixth wave of innovation
After nearly two years of work, The Sixth Wave book is finally in print. This is a collaboration with James Bradfield Moody, and explores the next wave of innovation – the sixth wave. Since the Industrial Revolution, the tide of progress has ebbed and flowed: five distinct waves, each starting with disruptive new technologies and … Continue reading The Sixth Wave book
by James Bradfield Moody and Bianca Nogrady Since the industrial revolution, the tide of innovation and progress has ebbed and flowed – five waves of innovation. From milling and steam to most recently information technology, each wave starts with disruptive technologies and ends with a global depression, transforming society, economies and industry almost beyond recognition. … Continue reading The Sixth Wave … coming to a bookshop near you.