Part one of our four-part spotlight on Australia. In this series of short articles, we profile Australia and three of its main cities for life sciences innovation: Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney. The latest Scientific American Worldview Scorecard 2015 ranked Australia number four in biotechnology in the world. Significantly, Scientific American commented that if ranking was…

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Singapore, New Zealand, and Australia have been named as the world’s first, fourth, and fifteenth most attractive foreign investment nations by a US economic think tank. The Milken Institute recently released its annual Global Opportunity Index, which ranks countries within a framework of costs and conditions of doing business. It is particularly policy focused but…

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Food innovations developed in New Zealand have a high degree of diversity and sustainability that can be directly attributed to the unique and deep natural resources offered by the country’s geographical remoteness and mild climate. High quality meat, dairy, fruit, wine, seafood, and a wide range of natural product ingredients have made New Zealand a…

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With dairy a major component of New Zealand’s economy, it should come as little surprise that our researchers are internationally recognised for their work to add value in this space. One of the key universities in this industry is Massey University. In keeping with its high international regard, Massey’s Professor Hajinder Singh has been awarded the 2015 International Dairy…

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In an interview with BiotechDispatch following his address to the Parliamentary Friends of Medicines event in Canberra, Ken Frazier, President and CEO of US-based Merck, one of the world’s largest biopharmaceutical companies and biggest investors in R&D, predicted human biology would be the next great driver of health innovation. According to Frazier, there is an…

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