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Nicole Bittar

Contributor

InnovationAus stories by Nicole Bittar:

Tackling population growth with a circular system

Rising urban populations inevitably lead to increased waste production, exploitation of natural resources and reduced quality of life.  Proponents of smart cities say the answer lies in the circular...

CSIRO’s magic formula for kickstarting SME success

Connecting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with Australia’s brightest minds is a delicate process involving research partnerships, facilitation, funding and collaborative guidance.   This is where Australia’s national science agency...

All hail the ‘reinvention of manufacturing at nanoscale’

Nanotechnology continues to take great strides in frontier scientific research.  Advances in photonics, optoelectronics, nanomaterials and intelligent image recognition have increased the application value to advanced information and communication...

Switched-ON researchers underpin innovation ecosystem success

Realising Australia’s potential as an innovation leader is a concerted effort. Educators, mentors and program facilitators must help more researchers understand the power of their research — and use...

‘Pools of capability’ bridge research commercialisation gap

‘Enabling the enablers’ in any thriving sector is a two-way street. Business leaders must continue to focus on industry-led commercialisation capability as a call to action for government support....

CSIRO kickstarts success for ground-breaking innovators

‘Zero wasted potential’ is the calling of workforce intelligence platform Reejig, but it could equally apply to the impact of CSIRO’s Kick-Start program — which was instrumental to the...

InnovationAus finalists: Creative Tech Award

There was tremendous competition in the evolving Creative Tech category for the InnovationAus 2023 Awards for Excellence, with three distinctly different companies emerging as finalists – Lumi Media, Voltin...