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|is not one to be answered in the abstract prior to commencing research, but |
should itself be a key focus of innovation ... I would argue on the contrary, that
applied to any particular example this question is almost inevitably controversial
|Ehrenreich, Barbara Innovators are inevitably controversial. - Gallienne, Eva Le |
INNOVATION is the process of turning ideas into manufacturable and marketable
form. - Humprey, Watts Great innovations should not be forced on slender ...
|The access charge system proposed by the FCC was a move in this direction, but |
the inevitable political controversy has delayed its implementation. According to
Wenders (1987) cross-subsidization should be eliminated and telephone ...
|Innovation in International Research Joyce Miller, Kevin O'Grady, Ursula |
McKenna ... where pupils are free to be themselves and to explore controversial
issues without fear of recriminations or bullying. ... Another danger, identified by
Julia Ipgrave, is that dialogue inevitably results in omission—that which is not
talked about ...
|A frequently invoked depiction of innovation is the “pipeline model,” which |
suggests that innovations result inevitably ... of the innovation process: the efforts
in the controversial 2009 U.S. stimulus bill to accelerate innovation relating to
|The innovation process involves ambiguity, controversy and non-linearity and |
this poses a certain challenge to many ... process means finding the right delicate
balance between a few successes and the many failures that are inevitable.
|In one of Robert Heinlein's most controversial bestsellers, a recruit of the future goes through the toughest boot camp in the Universe--and into battle with the Terran Mobile Infantry against mankind's most frightening enemy.|
|Determinism has long been a highly controversial issue in several social science |
disciplines. The point is to ... Historians of technology have tried to establish
whether inventions are inevitable and whether machines make history. Relations
|The controversial nature of some areas of biotechnology research seems unlikely |
to go away. Stem cell research will always be morally problematic for some, and
others will continue to believe that patenting will inevitably lead to the
commercialization and commodification of 'life'. ... patenting will remain,
unavoidably, a vital component of the research and innovation process, even in