South Africa is likely to remain Africa’s innovation powerhouse, particularly as growth in mobile technology provides significant opportunities
Measuring innovation in developing countries has always been a challenge.
It’s not big events like a financial crisis that can cause the downfall of large established companies. Sometimes it happens a lot more gradually.
Open innovation, where companies share their resources to get to market faster, might be the solution for African innovators.
A panel of chief executives will share ways to foster innovation at this year's summit.
It is already the most overused word since Web 2.0, so how can we take anything that involves "innovation" seriously anymore?
Innovative approaches to incubators can help us to create the jobs we need
Innovation is a broad discipline
A R300-million project partnership will take technology innovation beyond the ideas stage
Scientist criticises ministerial review report for having a limited and linear view of innovation
The main purpose of the SA Innovation Summit is to create a platform to teach, learn and develop new models for thinking about innovation.
Eskom's Dr Steve Lennon explains the company's involvement in the Innovation Summit
South Africans felt jubilant when the Soccer World Cup showcased our nation. We did it ourselves.
The 2nd Innovation Lab is sponsored by Sasol and will be curated by top South African brand consultants and pioneers in contextual thinking.
Biomimicry is a new science of an ancient practice, inherent to all indigenous African cultures, of learning from and then emulating nature's genius.
The human genome project made the genetic code contained in every human cell publicly available for the first time in 2001.
Using the concept of reading the papers daily with the objective of finding innovative ideas, a new technique can easily be shown and taught.
Innovation can be mapped in the brain. You can train your brain to become more effective and thus experience those eureka moments.