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21 Oct Innovation in technology-based companies

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng)
2012
A summary of a meeting organised by the Royal Academy of Engineering 19 July 2012 at 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG.
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21 Oct Meet the innovators

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng)
2013
Researcher case studies - As part of the Academy's Engineering for Growth campaign, this collection of case studies profiles the work of engineers engaged in the Academy's research schemes, across multiple disciplines.
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21 Oct Fuelling prosperity

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng)
2013
Research and innovation as drivers of UK growth and competitiveness - A joint statement from the Academy of Medical Sciences, the British Academy, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Royal Society.
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21 Oct Made for the future

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng)
2013
A report exploring future ways of making, using and recycling consumer goods, setting out the challenges for designers and manufacturers in creating a sustainable domestic supply chain.
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21 Oct Driving German Innovation. The role of incubator organisations in the promotion of hightech academic spin-offs

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech)
2012
Germany needs innovation. New high-tech solutions provide sustainable responses to fundamental changes in society such as an aging population, greater urbanisation, climate change and the evolution of renewable energies. They ensure prosperity and economic growth. Global competition also drives the demand for popular technological exports bearing the label “made in Germany”. In addition, Germany’s lack of natural resources has led to the development of a knowledge-driven economy with a high demand for continuous innovation.
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21 Oct Technology Futures Anticipation − Creation − Assessment

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech)
2012
Different ideas about what the future holds play a key role in debates about technology in our society. These ideas are expressed in a variety of ways, for example as predictions, scenarios or visions. Some are produced by scientists using techniques such as model-based scenarios, others – such as science-fiction novels or movies – are conceived by artists, whilst others embody expectations or fears that are publicly communicated by the media..
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21 Oct Technological Sciences Discovery – Development – Responsibility

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech)
2013
What are the technological sciences? What are their characteristics and what sets them apart from other scientific disciplines? How did the technological sciences become established and what role do technology and the technological sciences play in our society? Despite their importance to our society, the technological sciences have hitherto been largely neglected by traditional scientific research. Moreover, the people working in the technological sciences have themselves given little thought to the principles and fundamental questions of their discipline. acatech provides advice on strategic science and engineering issues to policymakers and the public. In order to do this effectively, we also need to examine our own discipline. With this acatech IMPULS Paper the National Academy of Science and Engineering wants to encourage discussion of the technological sciences as a knowledge system both within and outside of acatech.
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