The landing pads were announced as part of the $36 million Global Innovation Strategy included in last week’s innovation statement
The Turnbull government will today release its National Innovation and Science Agenda, setting out how it will encourage more startup activity and build a culture of innovation.
The innovation agenda is remarkably thin on detail, and even thinner on supporting evidence or argument.
Though it’s still a step in the right direction, this entrepreneur says more needs to be done to support the local startup community.
We need to get real about how far behind the rest of the world we’ve fallen regarding innovation. $1 billion is what Samsung spends on R&D every three weeks.
There is one glaring omission from the statement that surrounds the human capability and talent factor of the present statements.
In this guest piece, Victorian shadow minister for innovation David Southwick explains how startups, governments and universities can adopt a more innovative approach to business.
This is what the Australian startup community thinks about the innovation statement.
Transforming Australia’s economy to take advantage of emerging technology is no easy process, yet Malcolm Turnbull’s government has moved very quickly on these issues.
But is it all that startups are hoping for?
Queensland joins Melbourne and Sydney in the race to lead the nation in startups and entrepreneurialism.
Startup leaders say the right policies in this area have the potential to greatly contribute to the creation of the next Atlasssian or Campaign Monitor.
In trying to create a risk-free environment, regulators end up killing the startup ecosystem.
What does the startup community actually want from the government?
The federal opposition was prompted to withdraw support for the bill following backlash from the startup community.
Will the Prime Minister be seduced by flying cars and very fast trains in his innovation statement on Monday?
More than 100 entrepreneurs came together to imagine the future of banking at Fishburners in an event that marked the big four Bank’s first foray into the hackathon craze.
The new Space Age is about investment, rather than discovery.
It's called Affective Computing, and it's set to have a big impact on the way computers communicate with one another.
Internet of Things guru Kevin Ashton on why big companies "suck" at innovating and CEOs have great hair11:43AM | Thursday, 26 November 2015 | Paul Wallbank
The man who coined the phrase The Internet of Things gives his thoughts on the current startup mania.