Tagged: knowledge

Jill of all trades, and mistress of some - Ariadne

Robert Hickson Jun 24, 2019

There are at least three inter-related factors shaping the nature of work – technologies aiding or replacing human workers; off-shoring (businesses sending work to other countries where labour is cheaper); and a shift from specialist to generalist skills. The latter is well discussed by Jerry Useem in the Atlantic. The US Navy’s been … Read More

My dyslexic perspective on academia – and how I found science communication - Guest Work

Guest Author Mar 26, 2018

Grainne Cleary, Deakin University This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. I am an academic with dyslexia and I would like to share my story with you. Dyslexia in academia is a conundrum – it is basically a learning difficulty, and coping with dyslexia is a very personal journey. It is … Read More

The nuts and bolts of our knowledge economy - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin May 01, 2014

The Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment has just released the last of its Sectors Report Series, a very useful snapshot of the New Zealand economy and which sectors contribute what economic output. Many Sciblogs readers, according to the demographic info a computer algorithm throws up for you, are involved in the knowledge intensive services area of the economy. Read More

Learning from US patent trends – innovation and synthesis in Aotearoa - Politecol

- Wayne Linklater Nov 23, 2012

Innovating is hard and getting harder. You and I, apparently unlike any one before us, are ‘burdened by knowledge’. It is becoming more difficult to be novel – at least alone and early in life. The burden of knowledge –Intellectually deeper, conceptually wider First-time innovators are older, required to be more specialised, and therefore, more likely to lodge … Read More