STEM skills should be taught at a much younger age if there is any hope of filling the growing skills gap, according to Hays Recruitment's A/NZ boss, Nick Deligiannis.
Stories by Bonnie Gardiner
This month, MedTech startups can apply for the chance to work at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) in Melbourne to develop their product or service for the healthcare industry.
Melbourne researchers have developed a new form of wearable technology that can become part of the body, like a metallic artificial skin.
Tax cuts for SMBs and increased access to startup investment are both key features of the 2016 federal budget, announced by Treasurer Scott Morrison on Tuesday night. But peak industry bodies have described the budget as a "missed opportunity" to support startups.
Intelligence agencies must share more information, tools and solutions, or risk failure in counter-terrorism efforts, according to Austrac CIO, Dr Maria Milosavljevic.
The new hybrid GozNym Trojan is now targeting European banks after successfully stealing $4 million from US and Canadian financial institutions last month.
The global rise of whaling attacks hasn't failed to affect Australian companies, with losses from local attacks ranging from $5000 to $400,000, according to cases revealed to email security firm, Mimecast.
The Productivity Commission has called for a reform to “draconian” and “big brother-type” intellectual property laws in a new wide-ranging draft report.
Sydney's St Vincent’s Hospital IT chief, David Roffe, will be leaving his long-term post to join Macquarie Health as its new general manager of IT.
Australian universities are “the golden thread” that links the success of Australian startups and innovators as they bring together the best talent, research, facilities and industry partnerships, said Australia’s chief scientist Alan Finkel.
Allens has announced the appointment of Philip Scorgie as its new CIO.
Grim state of cyber security exposed as new report shows fewer than a quarter of firms (23 per cent) are capable of responding effectively to a cyber incident.
Organisations in Australia do not consider recruiting millennials a significant focus of their organisation despite experiencing a skills shortage around new technology and systems.
The Turnbull government on Thursday announced its long-awaited cyber security strategy, detailing 33 initiatives at a cost of $231.1 million over the next four years.
Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak and Virgin boss, Sir Richard Branson have once again joined the judging panel for the annual Talent Unleashed Awards.