of important insights had emerged from the presentations offered by the business people on the final panel: that partnerships will not work if they are one-sided but must be built on mutual advantage; and that when the innovation engine of private enterprise is turned loose, it gets ahead of policy relatively fast. Thanking the speakers for sharing extraordinarily interesting case studies, she turned the microphone over to Dr. Wessner for final comments.
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