Time to redefine 'Australian made'

The mining boom is shifting phases. Digital is flattening the world. But are we ready to create the next natural resources boom – one that unlocks the potential of what’s in our heads as well as what’s in the ground.

It’s the 1956 Olympic Games. Dawn Fraser is preparing to swim one of the greatest races of her life in front of a home crowd. The starter’s gun fires. Just over a minute later, she had won gold and set a new world record in the 100 metre women’s freestyle. Fast forward 56 years to London 2012. Ranomi Kromowidjojo from the Netherlands wins in a time of just over 53 seconds. The difference between first and last place was just one second.


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