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El doctor Beau Lotto se une a los grandes pensadores en The Innovation Debate 2012
Date:11/20/2012

CHERTSEY, Inglaterra, November 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Los expertos mundiales se centran en la innovación en momentos de austeridad y en su impacto económico

Royal Society, 20 de noviembre de 2012 a las 4pm

Vea el stream en directo de forma GRATUITA en http://www.innovationdebate.com

Presidido por el profesor Jim Al-Khalili, profesor de física, autor y emisor, el panel incluye también:

Profesor Paul Boyle, consejero delegado del Economic and Social Research Council y director general de Science Europe

Tudor Brown, cofundador y antiguo director general de la compañía de tecnología mundial ARM

Profesor Brian Cox, emisor, físico y Royal Society Research Fellow

Dr Beau Lotto, fundador de Lotto Lab, del University College London

Profesor Andrew Geim, ganador del Premio Nobel de Física en 2010 por su revolucionario trabajo sobre graphene

Profesora Mariana Mazzucato, Profesora de Ciencias y Tecnología RM Phillips de la University of Sussex

Profesor Paul Workman, ayudante del consejero delegado y responsable de terapias de cáncer del Institute of Cancer Research de Londres

Jeremy Webb, editor jefe de New Scientist

  • Hablar de los temas principales: innovación en tiempos de austeridad y cómo nutrimos a los innovadores científicos
  • Generación de ideas: cómo asegurar que la innovación se valora de verdad y se invierte en ella

How do we nurture innovation in times of austerity? ("¿ Cómo cultivamos la innovación en momentos de austeridad?"), Who funds it? Does a lack of money encourage inventiveness or does it stifle innovation as everyone plays it safe? ("¿ Quién da los fondos? ¿ La falta de diner
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