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An interactive IdeaSpies Kiosk at an Innovation Centre
Thanks to Professor Tim Boyle, Director Innovation and Commercialisation at ANSTO (Australia's Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation), an interactive IdeaSpies kiosk has been set up at their nandin Innovation Centre. This will allow students to collaborate on innovation by easily searching ideas, explained simply, related to their ideas. Ideas build on ideas.
A sign below the display says:
Anyone can have a great idea and change the world regardless of profession, social hierarchy, gender or race....step out of the box you currently live in. Outside the box anything is possible.
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