Michael Biercuk is Professor of Quantum Physics and Quantum Technology at the University of Sydney, and founder and chief executive officer at quantum startup Q-CTRL. In this episode of the Commercial Disco, James Riley asks Prof Biercuk what the view looks like from his vantage point that sits at the centre of university-based deep-tech research and the demands of driving a VC-funded deep-tech startup. Prof Biercuk has strong views about research, commercialisation strategies and the policies needed to drive successful medium and long-term outcomes for the nation.
In this episode of the Commercial Disco, James Riley talks to Innovation and Science Australia chair Andrew Stevens about research, commercialisation and potential policy responses to drive innovation outcomes in the post-COVID economic environment.
In this episode of the Commercial Disco, host James Riley talks to former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull about industry policy and innovation during a time of pandemic. Mr Turnbull talks about his new political autobiography A Bigger Picture, and offers insights into the challenges and opportunities for the post-COVID environment in Australia.
James Riley talks to Data61 CEO Adrian Turner, exploring what's needed to drive better R&D commitment and outcomes across Australian industry, and where we're succeeding today.
James speaks to Bronwyn Le Grice, Managing Director & CEO, ANDHealth, on the state of Australia's health tech and digital health innovation.
James talks to Daniel Petre about the impending election and the lack of focus on innovation discussions in the recent political climate.
This week we speak to Stuart McClure, Founder & CEO of Cylance, about his first sale to McAfee and now his sale of Cylance to Blackberry and how that brings a new alignment to his company's cybersecurity mission.
We catch up with Paul Shetler to discuss how the changes to the NSW administrative orders after the state election set it on a course for some world leading digital service delivery.