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Australia – Death of the Innovation Nation

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - Tracey James

Australia – Death of the Innovation Nation

I studied Biotechnology, believing Australia was a forward-looking country, keen to find new solutions to old problems and eager to embrace new technologies. How wrong I was! To make the point, I contrast how Queensland and South Australia are each shaping its energy future: one is pursuing the past, the other the future.         Read more


The Internet of Things - Nirvana for Hackers?

Thursday, September 05, 2019 - Kim Brebach

The Internet of Things - How not to get bitten | Technoledge

Can hackers really break into your home network through the baby monitor? Or disable your car by hacking the Engine Management System? Watch this 3-minute video from CISCO to appreciate the possibilities, in this case breaking into a business via the thermostat and stealing industrial secrets. We take a closer look at IoT: what it is, and what you need to know to protect yourself.
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Australian Innovation - Death by 1000 Cuts?

Friday, July 26, 2019 - Kim Brebach

The Slow Death of Australian Innovation | Technoloedge

‘My vision is for a country, a society, a world where we don't use any coal, oil, or natural gas because we have zero-emissions electricity in huge abundance.’ That's what Australia's Chief Scientist, Alan Finkel, said in October 2015, a month after Turnbull toppled Abbot as Prime Minister. In 2019 with Morrison at the helm, I update my 2015 post, getting mighty hot under the collar. 
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Why Even the God Particle Needs Marketing

Friday, May 17, 2019 - Tracey James

Why Even the God Particle Needs Marketing

‘Physics is like sex. Sure, it may give some practical results, but that's not why we do it,' said theoretical physicist Richard Feynman. I saw what he meant when I visited an exhibition of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) which discovered the 'God Particle'. I dig into 'un-complicating' the most expensive particle ever found and ask, as Julius Sumner-Miller did, 'Why is it so?'     Read more


Every Move You Make

Tuesday, April 02, 2019 - Tracey James

Every Move You Make

Are you cool with sharing your personal details, habits and movements on social media or being recorded when you're shopping or walking down the street? You shouldn't be. In this post I reveal what's really happening with your data - and mine. You should be white hot with rage. I am.    Read more


The Fatal Flipside of Bitcoin

Friday, February 22, 2019 - Kim Brebach

Bitcoin - the unmentioned fatal flipside | Technoledge

Crytocurrencies have seen spectacular gains and losses - speculation about their future in influential markets like China. We turn over Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, and find a fatal flaw that no one seems to be talking about.   Read more


Game-changing Clean Energy Breakthroughs

Tuesday, November 06, 2018 - Kim Brebach

Game-changing Clean Energy Projects

Innovators in renewable energy are setting a furious pace, and leaving governments eating their dust. Scientists and businessmen are forging ahead while politicians squabble. In this post, we explore 8 projects from Down Under and the world that show how quickly the cleantech vision has become reality. In some cases, these breakthroughs are breathing life into baskets cases of former technologies. Win-win.
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How South Australia Won the Great Energy War

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - Tracey James

How South Australia Won the Great Energy War

While consumers and energy companies cry out out for leadership in Australia's energy crisis, our new PM responds with no federal energy policy at all. In this post, we chart how South Australia won the energy war in the face of federal government derision, insult and apathy.   Read more


7 Things You didn't Know About Artificial Intelligence

Monday, February 12, 2018 - Kim Brebach

Artificial Intelligence - what it can, can't and could do | Technoledge taking over?

Will you lose your job to a smarter machine? Possibly. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been unavoidable in the media recently - from cars and trucks without drivers to lawyers and accountants without jobs. We dive into AI to separate the facts from the headlines and find out what AI can, can't and could do to benefit us all.   Read more


Wine, Walking and Wonder Drugs

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - Kim Brebach

Wine, Walking and Wonder Drugs - Update | Technoledge

Drug technology is an area that sparks heated debate, causes tempers to flare and blood pressures to rise. We delve into the latest research and find some unexpected, good news. You might not see this grabbing headlines on TV or media front pages, but it should. 
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