Susan Lucas-Conwell is recognized for establishing open innovation ecosystems and innovation cultures across multiple industries.
Scientists from Australia's national science agency CSIRO and the University of California have engineered mosquitoes to be resistant to spreading Zika virus.
Fourth Annual Global Corporate Venture & Innovation Summit on January 30-31st in Monterey, California.
Innovative, smarter and safer ways to improve healthcare and live at home longer.
29 years of Global Innovation with Boeing
Solving some of the world's toughest challenges with GE
Working together for healthier eyes
Working together to track the stars for over 50 years
Working together to save lives
Redefining ocean data collection
Bringing Technology and Medicine to Save Lives
Partnership leads charge for Australia-US innovation
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Narrator: A catalyst, it creates a reaction.
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It creates change faster.
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CSIRO is Australia’s innovation catalyst.
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We bring Australia’s innovation ecosystem together to transform Australia’s big challenges into global opportunities.
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We collaborate with our partners across industry, government, research and community to make it all happen.
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We seek and seize what’s next on the horizon.
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We create solutions through science.
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CSIRO is Australia’s national science agency.
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We wake up each morning because we’re making tomorrow and the future better, better for people, for business and for the planet.
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We believe change is good but transformation is better and innovation is where it starts.
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The CSIRO, Australia’s innovation catalyst, your innovation catalyst.
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CSIRO draws on a century of experience, partnering with organizations to navigate the innovation lifecycle from discovery to investment, product development and commercialization. CSIRO adapts the business model to suit the need, whether it be co-funding foundational research to developing IP or licensing market-ready solutions.