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What's the greatest innovation

This online survey and public event aim to highlight some of the many gains of human ingenuity, and to putthe current discussion of innovation into a historical context.


’What’s the Greatest Innovation?’ is a survey of key thinkers in science, technology and medicine, conducted by spiked in collaboration with the research-based pharmaceutical company Pfizer. Each contributor was asked to identify what they see as the greatest innovation in their field. More than a hundred experts and authorities, including half-a-dozen Nobel laureates, have responded. At this event, some of them take part in a panel debate about the survey, which will roll on spiked throughout May and June.

The aim of the online survey and the event is to highlight some of the many gains of human ingenuity, and to put the current discussion of innovation into a historical context.


Speaker(s):

Anjana Ahuja | talks
Dr Ken Arnold | talks
Professor Peter Cochrane | talks
Professor Marcus du Sautoy | talks | www
Sir Tim Hunt (FRS) | talks
Dr David Roblin | talks

 

Date and Time:

6 June 2007 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Franklin-Wilkins Building, KCL
King's College London (Waterloo Campus)
150 Stamford Street
London
SE1 9NH


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Organised by:

spiked
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Tickets:

£10

Available from:

http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php?/site/eventindex/

Additional Information:

Telephone booking: 0207 40 40 470

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