Two New Initiatives to Propel Australia’s Startup Scene

Some say Australia is a great place for start-ups: Internet literacy levels are high among the population, emerging businesses have access to affordable serviced offices from a lead office rent agency and there are many accelerators and incubators … [Read more...]

Trends: Tech Companies

Tech companies are the wave of the global economic future. They will never totally replace the "traditional" sectors of the economy like manufacturing, energy, and agriculture, but there certainly seems to be increased integration between tech and … [Read more...]

Trends: Population, Health and Technology

Imagine getting out of your 20 hp. car and cranking it to start it, getting whacked by the handle and breaking your wrist, while your neighbor trots by shouting "get a horse" and your other neighbor happily puffs by in his Stanley Steamer. This was … [Read more...]

No More “Blood in the Streets”

Many years ago James Dale Davidson gave me copy #12 of a limited edition of his now classic book Blood in the Streets. The principles contained in it still cause me to think about how projecting power throughout the world can have massive effects on … [Read more...]

How New Technologies Are Affecting Healthcare

The emergence of new technology in healthcare has and will have profound effects on quality of life, as well as the ability to save more lives. From new inventions in imaging to spreading virtual care by internet and sensors, to machines that can … [Read more...]

Decreased Tech Prices vs Expensive Health Care

 Since technology has become cheaper and cheaper over the years but with increased capabilities, you'd think that it would migrate over to health care as well. Daley and Hornig of Casey Research explain why this isn't so. ~ editor “Why Your Health … [Read more...]

Digital Natives

Are you a "digital native" -- born since 1984 -- who can't even imagine a world without technology? ~editor Is the Generational Divide in Technology Widening? By Alex Daley, Casey Research My son doesn't know how to use a mouse. He … [Read more...]

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Is Animal Testing about to become Obsolete?

By Chris Wood, Casey Research As an analyst who spends a great deal of time researching biotech and pharma companies, I'm well aware of the challenges facing the drug industry in the US today. From onerous regulation and an approval process that … [Read more...]

Fighting Cancer Ourselves

By Chris Wood, Casey Extraordinary Technology Worldwide, tens of thousands of researchers are working feverishly on a cure for cancer, testing countless new drugs and dozens of novel approaches. Most will end up in the dustbin. But among the most … [Read more...]

Next Step: A Home Cancer Test Kit?

By Doug Hornig, Casey Extraordinary Technology With cancer, early detection equals a greater likelihood that treatment will have a positive outcome. Physicians have known this for a long time, and the statistics back them up. Survival rates for … [Read more...]