Australia’s outgoing Chief Scientist says we’re good but we can be better
Today marks Professor Ian Chubb’s final day as Australia’s Chief Scientist. It’s a position he’s held for almost five years, during some of Australia’s most turbulent political times.
Australian industry can learn from its manufacturing ‘outliers’
Australia’s manufacturing industry is in decline. Yet some businesses are managing to buck the trend.
Looking at the future through graphene goggles
Laying out the potential of graphene as a new super-metal.
Senate committee draws battle lines ahead of carbon price fight
With the knock back of the carbon tax repeal, things look to get messy for industry.
Red tape: not as straightforward as Abbott’s pledge to repeal
Macquarie University’s Michael Quilter discusses the impact of red tape, and of its proposed removal.