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

.com/">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.

"The Innovation Debate es un evento oportuno", comentó el profesor Jim Al-Khalili. "El mundo de las ciencias y la tecnología necesitan reclamar la auténtica palabra de 'innovación'. Así que ¿ cómo podemos instar a la innovación dentro de la actual era de austeridad? - ¿ Y cómo podemos asegurarnos de que disponemos de innovadores en el futuro? Necesitamos considerar la forma de maximizar las oportunidades de producir innovadoras ideas de nuestros científicos y tecnólogos y cómo poder formar a la próxima generación de científicos e ingenieros.

"Como cada otro campo de dedicación, la investigación científica está bajo presión debido a los fondos - pero ¿ cuáles son las implicaciones de, por así decirlo, recortar fondos para la investigación básica si sus beneficios económicos o sociales no son evidentes de forma inmediata? ¿ Y cómo podría sufrir la innovación como resultado? Estas son la clase de preguntas que trataremos en The Innovation Debate".

Entre los temas de debate del 20 de noviembre están: 'How to innovate in a time of austerity?' y 'How best to nurture innovation?'

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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.innovationdebate.com
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