Interview with Emma Alberici, ABC TV’s Lateline, about the new ministry, technology disruption, startups, innovation in the school curriculum.
The Hon Wyatt Roy MP was sworn in as Assistant Minister for Innovation on 21 September 2015.
Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy will drive a one-day policy hackathon in Sydney on Saturday, October 17.
Twenty Australian companies are the latest to benefit from $7.3 million in commercialisation grants assistance under the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs' Programme to help launch their products into the global marketplace.
Robotic farm machines and holographic entertainment systems are amongst the innovations to be offered a total of $8.5 million in commercialisation assistance under the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs' Programme announced today.
Access to intellectual property generated by the public research sector in Australia will be easier for Australian businesses said Assistant Minister Wyatt Roy MP at the launch today of Source IP, the new digital intellectual property marketplace.
Australian students have showcased their creativity and STEM skills at a Coding and Innovation Boot Camp for parliamentarians in Canberra today.
Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy has congratulated the University of Western Australia’s Professor Robert McLaughlin for developing his Microscope-in-a-needle, overall winner of The Australian Innovation Challenge for 2015.
Lucy Turnbull AO has been appointed patron of an organisation that aims to foster entrepreneurialism among 180,000 Australian children with a National Lemonade Day.
Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy today welcomed Microsoft’s report, Accelerating Australia’s innovation ecosystem: Lessons from Boston and recommendations for a unique path forward.
The Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda represents an important step on the path to a more innovative and entrepreneurial economy, according to Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy.