Thursday, 14 July 2011

Technology and Innovation - a collaboration

Rio de Janeiro, July 12 20011 saw the launch of ‘Technological Innovation in Brazil: Performance, Policies and Potential’. The book “discusses aspects of the evolution of public policies for science, technology and innovation, bringing together contributions from makers of these policies”.

According to the editorial Unesp, the “book is a collection of articles that attempts to discuss from four points of view the development of technology in Brazil: Scientific Potential of Brazil; Innovation as a business strategy; Innovation in Brazil: case studies; and Innovation in Brazil: comparisons and success stories.

While there appears not to be any IP point of view I do not doubt that the book contains subjects that are quite interesting for any IP practitioner - at the end what would it be intellectual property without innovation and technology?

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