Listen to Victor Galaz, co-lead of the Drivers of Disease political economy of knowledge and policy theme, and Assistant Professor at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, talking about disease scenarios and the launch of www.diseasescenarios.org A short video, A Wider Wellbeing, explains what the Drivers of Disease consortium is researching, how…
The multimedia version of Innovation, Sustainability, Development: A New Manifesto, is exactly the same text as the printed version but helps bring the issues raised to life with video, audio and other materials.
16 June 2009 – Dr Padmashree Gehl Sampath of the United Nations University gave a seminar entitled ‘Promoting Knowledge Generation through Intellectual property in Late Development’
5 March 2009 – Joanna Chataway, Co-Director of the ESRC Innogen Research Centre, Development Policy and Practice, Open University gave a seminar entitled ‘Below the Radar’: A user and market driven account of disruptive (and constructive) innovation for low income users.
25 February 2009 – Professor John Harris, Director of the Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation (iSEI), The University of Manchester, gave a STEPS Manifesto Seminar on What is Science For?
19 February 2009 – Arie Rip, Professor of Philosophy of Science and Technology in the School of Management and Governance of the University of Twente, gave a Manifesto seminar entitled, Putting the K back in: Knowledge, Research and Innovation Systems
16 January 2009 – Dr Andrew Barnett, Director, Policy Practice Ltd gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar entitled Innovation – re-labelling research or a shift in paradigm: the current debate in agricultural research for development.
11 July 2008 – Raphael Kaplinksy, Professor of International Development at The Open University gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar on innovation, poverty and inequality.
30 October 2008 – Fred Steward, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Brunel University gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar on Transformative Innovation for the Global Good: A shared challenge-oriented mission for the 21st Century