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Pam Melroy

Check out the next video in our Leaders in Innovation Series featuring Pam Melroy.

The VITAL ventilator. Image: NASA

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the life of every person on the planet. No one foresaw the unprecedented need for ventilators and PPE that has strained to the breaking point long established supply chains.

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The importance of embracing the right mindset towards innovation can unlock huge potential. Read more from the recent Frost and Sullivan webinar.

Cows in field

With the world on lockdown, the team at CSIRO US are using this opportunity to catch up with some of their favorite CSIRO scientists all around the world. Meet Jon Spaits from CSIRO's Health and Biosecurity team.

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With the world on lockdown, the team at CSIRO US are using this opportunity to catch up with some of our favorite CSIRO scientists all around the world. Meet Britta Denise Hardesty, Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO.

The home office

Going to an office to work was a defining part of everyone's life. It's been our home-away-from-home up until recently. Susan Lucas-Conwell shares her leadership approach during this unprecedented time.

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We have signed a three-year partnership with SVG Ventures-THRIVE, establishing a robust pipeline of Australian FoodTech and AgTech early stage startup.

Dr Cara Doherty and Dr Xavier Mulet discuss MOFs design

In our second installment of interviews with CSIRO Scientists and Leaders in Innovation, Megan Crocker chats with Materials for Energy and the Environment’s team leader Xavier Mulet to discuss Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), CO2 capture, and the applications of their cutting edge work.

Teamwork

Open innovation was coined by Henry Chesbrough in his book “Open Innovation: The new imperative for creating and profiting from technology,” in which he discusses three forms of innovation: user innovation, cumulative and distributed.