Why you should give a fck about farming
Gabrielle Chan

There is no farmers and others. If you eat or wear clothes, the decisions you make influence farming….

Electrify
Saul Griffith

A detailed blueprint—optimistic but feasible—for fighting climate change while creating millions of new jobs and a healthier environment.
Darkness is Golden
Mary Hoang
Understand the hidden gold that lies in your darkness, showing you how exploring your shadows can give you a new sense of direction for the future.
Reset: Restoring Australia after the Pandemic Recession
Ross Garnaut
The COVID-19 crisis offers Australia the opportunity to reset its economy and build a successful future.
On Life’s Lottery
Glyn Davis
With one in eight adults and one in six children living below the poverty line in Australia, Glyn Davis asks the question: If life is a game of chance, what responsibility do those who are given a head start have to look after those less fortunate?
We, the Robots? Regulating Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of the Law
Simon Chesterman
Arguing for a new global agency to regulate the development of AI – one that would also ensure an equitable distribution of its benefits.
Our Sunburnt Country
Anika Molesworth
Full of hope, this book outlines there is a way to protect our land, our food and our future, and it is within our grasp.
For younger innovators in our midst
The First Scientists Corey Tutt
Deadly Inventions and Innovations from Australia’s First Peoples
Little Book – Big Universe Lisa Harvey Smith
A practical guide to exploring our southern night skies, pitched at curious explorers

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Drawing the curtain on Tech23

TeamSlatts has loved developing and producing Tech23 for 14 years – but we have decided it’s time to draw the curtain.

Nurturing innovation from concept to commercialisation

By Dr Charlie Day   CEO, Jupiter Ionics, past CEO, Office of Innovation and Science AustraliaThis article is an excerpt from the Tech23 2021 booklet Towards a Better Tomorrow.The deeptech commercialisation landscape in Australia has changed significantly in recent...

Thoughts on growing an ecosystem

By Ed Husic   Member for Chifley, Shadow Minister for Industry and InnovationThis article is an excerpt from the Tech23 2021 booklet Towards a Better Tomorrow.Innovation has been in our DNA, we’ve had to be clever, smart problem solvers to survive in Australia over...

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