On 21 June, the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum launches a report based on the world’s largest entrepreneurship survey Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM). The report looks at how has entrepreneurial activity promoted industrial activity and built competitive strength since 2000.
Canada does not lack scientists or good universities. Nor has its government been stingy. Public spending on research and development is higher as a share of GDP than in Europe and the United States (see chart). Where Canada falls short is in transforming ideas into marketable products. It produces relatively few patents. R&D spending by business has been declining for the past 15 years as a share of GDP; just 2.2% of companies are engaged in innovation, according to Dan Breznitz of the Innovation Policy Lab at the University of Toronto.
Intellectual property (IP) license agreements are critical to commercializing academic discoveries. There are, however, always substantial challenges facing inventors and technology transfer offices (TTOs) seeking to enter into fair agreements with commercial
Given the “cautionary tale” of how the Swiss freedom of movement referendum led to immediate cuts in EU R&D grants, the UK government should be ready to step in with national funding, says science committee
A biotech company in the US has been granted ethical permission to recruit 20 patients who have been declared clinically dead from a traumatic brain injury, to test whether parts of their central nervous system can be brought back to life.
John Key told the Platinum Primary Producers annual conference in Wellington that the focus would return to climate change as the economy recovers from the global financial crisis and the pressure would come more and more on the agricultural industry.
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