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El profesor e investigador mundial líder en cáncer, Paul Workman, se une a The Innovation Debate 2012
Date:11/20/2012

e premiado con el Premio Nobel por su revolucionario trabajo sobre graphene, un material del grosor de un átomo realizado con carbono; Tudor Brown, antiguo director general del gigante de los semiconductores con sede en Cambridge, ARM; la profesora Mariana Mazzucato, profesora de Económicas de la University of Sussex; el profesor Paul Boyle, director general de Science Europe, que promueve los intereses colectivos de las organizaciones de investigación europeas, y DR Beau Lotto, neurocientífico adjunto al University College, del London's Institute of Ophthalmology.

Dentro del complicado clima económico, la innovación necesita seguir siendo la savia de las ciencias, tecnología y economía. Existe una necesidad urgente de centrarse en cómo promocionar mejor y nutrir a la innovación - actualmente y en el futuro.

Ese es el motivo por el que The Innovation Debate 2012 - organizado y con fondos de Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd. - está reuniendo de forma conjunta a figures influyentes y respetadas de los mundos de las ciencias, tecnología, medicina, formación, gobierno, industria y los medios para hablar sobre cómo instar mejor y nutrir a la innovación científica. El objetivo de The Innovation Debate es airear los temas más destacados, atrayendo las conclusiones positivas y haciendo avanzar la agenda.

Todo el mundo - profesionales de la ciencia y tecnología, estudiantes y las personas en general - tendrán la oportunidad de entrar en el The Innovation Debate a través de los medios online, llevando a cabo debates más allá de los muros de la Royal Society.

Únase a The Innovation Debate 2012

The Innovation Debate instará a una participación más amplia de las personas y de la comunidad de las ciencias por medio de la página web sita en http://www.innova
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