The World Needs an Open Approach to Scientific Research

The World Needs an Open Approach to Scientific Research At the webinar for Beijing-based research and science attaches from Europe and from the EU, I made the following comment on the subject of research collaboration in Europe, “The nationalization of scientific activity – country by country – is not what the world needs at this […]

The Pandemic, Governance & Technology: Impact & Bubbles

The Pandemic, Governance & Technology: Impact & Bubbles Governments no longer have a choice about digital transformation. They need to go digital and the time to act is now. In this three-part blog series, I examine what COVID-19 means for governance and analyze the technology and transformation strategies that are necessary to power a robust […]

The Power of Innovation: From Made In China to Created In China

The Power of Innovation A History of Creativity Firstly, creation in China is not something new. For much of the 3,000 year period up to the mid-19th century China was the most technologically advanced nation on Earth. China’s natural creative energy has produced thousands of world-changing inventions, which have been shared with the world to […]