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Live Well Work Well – February 2023
How Cold Weather Affects Tire Pressure
Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter – February 1, 2023
Startup 101: What goes in a startup data room
Pull, Don’t Push: How Catalysts Overcome Barriers and Drive Product Adoption
Headspace Health goes international, launches with employers based in the U.K.
5 Interesting Learnings from Jamf at $500 Million in ARR
What is Hindenburg Research, the firm that has taken billions off the net worth of Asia’s richest man?
ARK’s Cathie Wood predicts these innovations will soar in value to $200 trillion by 2030
America may soon lose a Muslim, African-born lawmaker from its Foreign Affairs Committee: Ilhan Omar
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Live Well Work Well – February 2023 How Cold Weather Affects Tire Pressure Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter – February 1, 2023 Startup 101: What goes in a startup data room Pull, Don’t Push: How Catalysts Overcome Barriers and Drive Product Adoption Headspace Health goes international, launches with employers based in the U.K. 5 Interesting Learnings from Jamf at $500 Million in ARR What is Hindenburg Research, the firm that has taken billions off the net worth of Asia’s richest man? ARK’s Cathie Wood predicts these innovations will soar in value to $200 trillion by 2030 America may soon lose a Muslim, African-born lawmaker from its Foreign Affairs Committee: Ilhan Omar
Apr
2022
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The federal government is spending $1.6 billion over 10 years to take university research across the ‘valley of death’ to commercialisation

The federal government is spending .6 billion over 10 years to take university research across the ‘valley of death’ to commercialisation

The federal government is investing $2.2 billion for university research commercialisation which would place “university innovation and industry collaboration front and centre of Australia’s economic recovery.” Part of this funding includes $1.6 billion over ten years for Australia’s Economic Accelerator – a

Apr
2022
10

Calling economics PhD students

Calling economics PhD students

Thanks to a couple of train journeys – upcoming travel is going to be so good for my work-related reading! – I read again The Economist’s Craft: An Introduction to Research, Publishing and Professional Development by Michael Weisbach. Again, because I looked