The impact on government policy around the world of the latest thinking in innovation from the University of Sussex’s Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) was highlighted this week with the unveiling of Colombia’s new post-conflict Science, Technology and Innovation strategy. At its core is Transformative Innovation Policy (TIP). TIP is a game-changing approach for science, tech and innovation developed by the TIPC team of researchers and policymakers, based on the influential paper – Three Frames for Innovation Policy: R&D; Systems of Innovation and Transformative Change – by Professor Johan Schot, Director of SPRU, and Professor Ed Steinmueller, Professor of Information Technology at the Unit.
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