Global Innovation Strategies, The Role of Public-Private-Partnerships

Charles Wessner, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, National Research Council

Brazilian University Research: Presentation to the Committee on Global Science and Technology Strategies and Their Effect on U.S. National Security, of the U. S. National Academies

Silvio Salinas, Institute of Physics, University of São Paulo, Brazil

The Changing Face of R&D, Singapore

Peter Schwartz, Global Business Network

Science and Technology Policy in Japan

Takashi Inutsuka, Embassy of Japan

The Unrequited U.S.-Japan National Security Science & Technology Relationship

Paul Giarra, Global Strategies and Transformation

Jim Delaney, Institute for Defense Analysis

US-Japan Research, Development and Acquisition Cooperation with Department of Defense and US Industry

Frank Cevasco, Cevasco International

An Objective, Reliable and Accurate Measure of Research Leadership

Richard Klavans, SciTech Strategies, Inc.

Kevin Boyack, SciTech Strategies, Inc.

China’s National Innovation System and R&D Strategies

Somi Seong, RAND Corporation

Science &Technology Policies and Practices in India, China, and Brazil: The Case of Biotechnology and Life Sciences

Peter Singer, McLauglin-Rotman Centre for Global Health, University of Toronto

Rahim Rezaie, University of Toronto


January 20-21, 2010

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The Science of Science & Innovation Policy

Julia Lane, National Science Foundation

Global R&D Innovation from an Indian Perspective

Y. S. Rajan, Confederation of Indian Industry

Evolution of the Science, Technology and Innovation Concepts in Brazil: From Discourse to Relevance

Hernan Chaimovich, The Brazilian Academy of Sciences

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