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Find below opinion pieces and feature articles of the Australian R&D Review listed by date of publication

  • October 2010

  • Australian R&D Review opinions,profiles and featuresLeon Serry, founder of Circadian Technologies and the company's former managing director for 23 years " It s time to keep the profits home..."

    Australian R&D Review opinions,profiles and featuresRob Hough, Stream leader CSIRO Minerals Down Under National Research Flagship "Exploring Australia's cover"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresMark Horsburgh, President-elect, Licensing Executives Society of Australia and New Zealand: "Senate: keep the innovation ball rolling!"

  • May/June 2010

  • Australian R&D Review opinions,profiles and featuresProfessor Richard Sinnott, Technical Director National e-Science Centre, University of Glasgow and incumbent e-Research Director, University of Melbourne: " Research in the digital age"

    Australian R&D Review opinions,profiles and featuresProfessor Iain Gordon, CSIRO Biodiversity leader: " Biodiversity - everyone needs it"

  • April 2010

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, 											profiles and featuresProfessor Luigi Palombi, Centre for Governance of Knowledge and Development (CGKD), Australian National University, and adjunct professor, University of New South Wales: "The Myriad case: Genes are no invention!"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresPaul MacLeman, chief executive officer, Genetic Technologies:" Services and gene patenting: GTG";

    Australian R&D Review 								opinions, 
																				profiles and features Kris Gale, managing director, Michael Johnson Associates: "Cutler review sidestepped: R&D Tax Credit"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and featuresProfessor Terry Flew and Distinguished Professor Stuart Cunningham, Queensland University of Technology: "Are innovation and creative industries policy converging?"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and featuresDr John Price, Principal of Integral Partners: "Nuclear research: Neglect we can't afford"

  • March 2010

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, 											profiles and featuresDr Luigi Palombi, Centre for Governance of Knowledge and Development (CGKD), Australian National University: "Bad cases make bad law: UWA vs Gray"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Silvia Bisti, University of L Aquila, ARC Center of Excellence in Visual Science;Professor Benedetto Falsini universitÓ Cattolica, Policlinico Gemelli, Rome; Professor Jonathan Stone, Director Bosch Institute, Save Sight Institute and Discipline of Physiology University of Sydney:" Ancient spice saves ageing nerves";

    Australian R&D Review 								opinions, 
																				profiles and features Dr Mark Matthews, Director of the Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology cooperation (FEAST): "International research collaboration: overcoming the impediments"


    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and featuresCarla Gerbo, Director, Australian Nanotechnology Alliance: "Effective networks the key to success"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and featuresD. Patrick O Reilly, President of the Licensing Executives Society International (Lesi): "Embracing open innovation"

  • February 2010

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, 									profiles and featuresDr Cathy Foley, President of the Federation of Australian Scientific and Technological Societies (FASTS): "Global crisis of science?"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles 							and featuresProfessor Jennifer A. Marshall Graves, Head of Comparative Genomics Group at the Australian National University: "Genomics to the rescue of the devil";

    Australian R&D Review 								opinions, 
																				profiles and features Dr Matthew Sorell, Senior Lecturer ,University of Adelaide: "Untangling the mysterious 'Digital Dividend' ";


    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and features Dr Mark Matthews, Director of the Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology cooperation (FEAST): "The art of managing uncertainty and risk"

  • November 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresMark Horsburgh, President-elect, Licensing Executives Society of Australia and New Zealand: "Commercialisation Australia - the right step"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Matthew Rimmer, Senior Lecturer ANU College of Law: "IP policy void in the 'grand climate bargain'";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and features Dr Joanne Daly, Executive Director of CSIRO Agribusiness: "Can private sector R&D feed the world?";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and features Professor Harvey Millar, Mr Julian Tonti-Filippini, from the University of Western Australia, and Dr Ryan Lister, from the US Salk Instititute for Biological Studies:
    "Era of the epigenome – can Oz keep up?"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and features Gerd Winter, ARDR editor: "Multipotent progress"

  • October 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Terry Hughes, Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University "World at a tipping point";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Matthew Rimmer, Senior Lecturer ANU College of Law"Reform the patent system;;

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresPaul MacLeman"Genetic Technologies no 'rogue' company";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and featuresMark Horsburgh, President-elect, Licensing Executives Society of Australia and New Zealand: "Innovation agenda: missing the point";


  • September 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and 									featuresSari Mattila, AusIndustry: "Green money savers: a bright option";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Penny Sackett, Australia's Chief Scientist: "Meeting global challenges, collaboratively";


    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Peter Andrews, Queensland Chief Scientist and President of TropLinks: "Tropical potential: A Tale of Two Inequities";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, 
																				profiles and featuresProfessor Oscar Moze, Scientific Attache, Embassy of Italy, Canberra: "SKA: Italy and Australia agree to cooperate";


  • August 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and 									featuresPhilip Heuzenroeder, Trustee, Licensing Executives Society of Australia and New Zealand: "Sorely missed: a national IP strategy";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Julian Clark, WEHI: "Human gene patents: we need them...";


  • July 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Gavin Brown, Director, Royal Institution of Australia: "RiAus: what we intend to do...";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Brian McNamee, CEO, CSL Limited: "Innovation: playing the game right";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor David Penington, Chairman of Bio21 Cluster of research institutes and teaching hospitals: "New NHMRC plan: a missed opportunity";


  • May 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Peter Doherty, Laureate Professor, University of Melbourne: "Era of complex science: biology and climate";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Professor David Adelson, Chair of Bioinformatics and Computational Genetics: "Genome analysis, the global bottleneck";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Warwick Anderson: "Australia joins global cancer project";

  • June 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Rod Boswell, Australian National University: "Money for space - it's about time";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Mark Matthews, FEAST: "A case for Global Research Compacts";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Michael Witter, German Ambassador in Australia: "Science across borders: a German view";


  • May 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Peter Doherty, Laureate Professor, University of Melbourne: "Era of complex science: biology and climate";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Professor David Adelson, Chair of Bioinformatics and Computational Genetics: "Genome analysis, the global bottleneck";

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Warwick Anderson: "Australia joins global cancer project";

  • April 2009

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Robin Warner, Senior Research Fellow Australian Centre for Ocean Resources and Security, University of Wollongong: "No easy bounty"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Antony Della-Porta, Managing Director, Biosecurity and Biocontainment International Consultants Bio2ic: "It's in our interest: live FMD virus import"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Mark Matthews, Executive Director, Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology Coorperation (FEAST): "The power of synergies in research";


  • March 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor Paul Clark, Vice Chancellor Southern Cross University: "Higher Education:a regional perspective"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Karen Sinclair, President-elect of LEZANS: "Developing IP a key to recovery"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresProfessor David Harries, Murdoch University & Curtin University of Technology: "Still the way to go: biofuels"

  • February 2009

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresDr Hugh Saddler, Adjunct Professor Australian National University: "Defects in the target: nRET"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresA/Professor Earl Bardsley, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Waikato: "The sand option: energy from silicon";


  • December 2008

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresGavin Brown, former vice chancellor University of Sydney and now inaugural director of the RI Australia: "Fostering Australian University Research"

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and featuresTony Hill, managing director of IPv6Now: The future of the net: IPv6

  • November 2008

  • Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and features Anna Lavelle, chief executive officer, Ausbiotech: Rudd's choice: the future or the past?

    Australian R&D Review opinions, profiles and features Branko Celler, professor at UNSW and chief executive officer TeleMedCare Pty Ltd: A solution ignored: telehealth

  • October 2008

  • opinions, profiles and featuresTerry Cutler, Chair of the Review of the National Innovation System: Re-starting the engines of innovation

    opinions, profiles and features Arun Sharma, Queensland University of Technology: Innovation: bridging the cultural gap

  • September 2008

  • opinions, profiles and featuresKen Baldwin, FASTS: A review well received

    opinions, profiles and features Gerd Winter (editor ARDR): An innovative pathway to collaboration

  • August 2008

  • opinions, profiles and featuresRichard Eckard, University of Melbourne: No simple matter: Carbon trading and Ag

    opinions, profiles and features Gerd Winter (editor ARDR): Changing habits of urban living

  • July 2008

  • opinions, profiles and featuresRick Shine, University of Sydney: Who's afraid of the big bad toad?

    opinions, profiles and features Mike Young & Fiona McKenzie, Wentworth group of concerned scientists: It's the water, stupid!

    opinions, profiles and features Gerd Winter (editor ARDR): Hydrogen: holy grail of energy?

  • June 2008

  • Budget special
    opinions, profiles and featuresSenator Natasha Stott Despoja, Australian Democrats:
    Innovation post budget: a script unchanged

    opinions, profiles and featuresLawrence Cram, ANU: Academic freedom - a welcome debate

    opinions, profiles and features Mark Matthews, executive director of FEAST:
    Australia is in the southern hemisphere!

    opinions, profiles and features In Focus: Toward a healthy future...bit by byte
    Gerd Winter, editor ARDR, on eHealth in Australia

  • May 2008

  • opinions, profiles and features Jennifer Graves, ANU & Sue Forrest, Australian Genome Research Facility:
    Oz genomics - getting back on the bus

  • Apr 2008

  • opinions, profiles and features Chris Gayle, Managing director, Michael Johnson & Associates:
    Under construction: help needed

    opinions, profiles and features Mark Matthews; Executive director of the forum for European-Australian Science and Technology Cooperation (FEAST): Australian research going global.

    opinions, profiles and features Simon Rowell, president of the Licensing Executive Society Australia and New Zealand.

    opinions, profiles and features Feature: Gerd Winter (editor ARDR) on Professor Peter Andrews, Queensland Schief Scientist: Vision for a smart future.

  • Mar 2008

  • opinions, profiles and features Julian Cribb, Adjunct Professor of Science Communication, University of Technology, Sydney: Committed to a nanoblunder?

    opinions, profiles and features Diana Bowman, Postdoctoral research fellow, Faculty of Law, Monash University: Rules for nano.

    opinions, profiles and features Philippe Martin, Directorate-General for Health and Consumers of the European Commission Europe: Riding the nanowave

    opinions, profiles and features Gerd Winter (editor ARDR): The Nano in art.

  • Feb 2008

  • opinions, profiles and features Senator Kim Carr, Federal Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR): Innovation at a crossroad.

    opinions, profiles and features Rebecca James, chief executive officer ResearchAustralia: Where to for biotech?

    opinions, profiles and features Profile: Gerd Winter (editor ARDR) on Kim Carr, Federal Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research: Who is Kim Carr?