Collaborative Advantage: Creating Global Commons for Science, Technology, and Innovation

March 8, 2023

In a new article published in Issues in Science and Technology, Leonard Lynn & Hal Salzman argue that it’s time to abandon a techno-nationalist approach to science, technology, and innovation. Instead, the United States should invest in systems of global innovation commons. They also say that the U.S. should develop new principles and policies for collaboration that could bring substantially greater benefits—not only for the world, but specifically for the U.S. 3/6/23

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