Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016
We must not only invest in innovation but also in regulatory capacity building and planning.
We need to provide a foundation for important, urgent and feasible actions that, collectively, work towards a more systematic approach to innovation policy-making.
There are two discrete areas in the enterprise of science and technology where public involvement is most feasible, and each addresses an issue of great interest to the public. One is how to set scientific goals; the other is how to manage scientific risk
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