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Space oddities

Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield - in New Zealand for IBM Think - chats with Idealog about what role small nations like New Zealand can play in space exploration and the space industry, how technology is changing space exploration, how private businesses are disrupting things, a technology that has really surprised him, and more.

He waka eke noa

In this special podcast, Idealog has a roundtable chat with the team behind the start-up Akudos and MYOB about Kōkiri, a unique business accelerator dedicated to speeding up the development of Māori businesses, as well as the importance of large businesses supporting start-ups, what we mean when we talk about agile working, Māori innovation, and more.

Deep wisdom

Paul Brislen is a technology commentator, communicator, journalist and past Chief Executive of the Telecommunications Users Association of NZ. He joins New Zealand judging panel of this year’s James Dyson Award, a competition that celebrates and inspires the next generation of designers and engineers. Here he muses on why we need to innovate and our strengths and weaknesses in this area.

Accelerate my life

Lightning Lab GovTech is now a thing - and it's poised to help innovative folks create digital solutions for “better, faster and stronger” government.

Idealog + Hyundai

With more vehicles on the road, infrastructure starting to fall into place and the government stepping up to incentivise the big switch, electric vehicles are finally coming of age in New Zealand. In part one of an ongoing series, we explore the reasons for the rise.