Often when I’m asked about our company’s process and approach to innovation, I draw on the analogy of the ‘stairway’.
Peter Lee, chief executive at UniServices, is leaving the company in March after eight years at its helm, steering the University of Auckland-owned R&D firm through thick and thin.
IPEXCHANGE is a Hong Kong-based startup with an international team that aims to connect patent owners worldwide with others looking for the solutions the patents offer.
Venture Solutions offers a new take on commercialising using a 'sweat equity' model.
Commercialisation professionals from around the country will be gathering in Wellington next week at the KiwiNet Commercialisation Forum to delve into the hot topic of market-led tech transfer.
LanzaTech is extending its relationship with New Zealand Steel with a new trans-Tasman agreement for a pilot project to convert waste gases to low carbon fuels and chemicals.
New Zealand is at a public research crossroad: push it into the real world or continue to write off vast amounts.
The government has plenty of opportunities to deepen New Zealand's capital markets and fix IP laws to stimulate innovation, a briefing to the incoming commerce minister reads.
Dorenda Britten of designindustry says Kiwis lack a holistic view of business.
New Zealand is forging closer ties with one of the largest research organisations in the US with the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Texas A&M University System.