Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2007

September 6th, 2007

Posted by: Ami Nacu-Schmidt

Do you know what governments need when they turn to the science, technology, and innovation policy research community for models and research results? Can you tell them what works, what doesn’t, and under what circumstance?

Are you scratching your head for answers as you adjust to the shifting landscape of global innovation? Georgia Tech invites you to learn from leading experts at the Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2007 in October.

Test models of innovation. Explore emerging STI policy issues. Share research results through

  • Keynote addresses—Sheila Jasanoff of the Kennedy School at Harvard University and Luc Soete of UNU-MERIT, Maastricht;
  • State of the Field Plenary speakers—Kaye Husbands Fealing of the National Science Foundation and Philippe Larédo, ManchesterBusiness School and ENPC, Paris;
  • research by the innovation studies community, and
  • networking opportunities.

Topics focus on emerging issues of science, technology, and innovation in global economy and society and include:

  • Innovation in new forms and formats; markets, organizations, and industries in transition;
  • Emerging global networks of scientific communication;
  • Workforces and workplaces of science and technology; career opportunities for scientists and engineers; and
  • Government policies for encouraging knowledge based—and learning economies, North and South.

Explore the Challenges and Opportunities for Innovation in the Changing Global Economy on Friday-Saturday, Oct. 19-20, at Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.

Register by Friday, Sept. 21, and save $50. Don’t delay!

Click here for the most up-to-date information.

One Response to “Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2007”

  1. gamoonbat Says:

    I could not get the weblink to come up. This does sound like an interesting conference.