• Fraser Harper

Innovation, technology policy, and skills

The development of a successful national set of policies that can capitalise on specific industry and technology developments in a country need to be based on a simple series of principles. Looking at the UK, one international benchmarking study found the following:

Looking for ways to rectify some of these weaknesses, we have looked at several key technologies: nanotechnology, wind energy, and automation to see what lessons are to be learnt.  See our papers here.

The views and opinions expressed in these notes are those of BMI and do not necessarily state or reflect those of the Gatsby Charitable Trust who funded the work.

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