Department of Industry,
Innovation and Science
Released in 2017, Australia 2030: Prosperity through Innovation details ways to strengthen Australia’s ability to innovate. The Plan makes 30 recommendations, each with an aim to generate and capture the benefits of innovation for all Australians by 2030.
Research and development (R&D) play a central role in productivity and economic growth. In this paper we focus on the R&D expenditure decisions of individual firms and how they are affected by the R&D activity of other firms.
The Australian Government’s response to the Productivity Commission’s recommendations, following the public inquiry into IP arrangements.
The 2016 Australian Innovation System Report presents new indicators that measure and analyse the impact of innovation.
The National Innovation and Science Agenda sets a focus on science, research and innovation as a key long-term driver of economic prosperity, jobs and growth.
The Global Innovation Strategy is a whole-of-government approach to increasing Australia's international innovation and science connections.
Get to know the 12 members and special advisor on the Innovation and Science Australia’s Board.
Innovation and Science Australia has sub-committees for a number of innovation programs.
Economic and social activities that information and communication technologies deliver form the ‘digital economy’.
Low emission fossil fuel technologies reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the power sector and in industrial processes. These technologies include carbon capture utilisation and storage, high efficiency low emission and fugitive emission abatement technologies.