This video illustrates the May 5, 2017 Washington Post commentary by Eric Lander, president and founding director of the Broad Institute and Eric Schmidt, Alliance member and the executive chairman of Alphabet. It describes the United States’ competitive advantage in innovation, borne from its historic support of what they call “two interlocking engines”: public sector support for basic research, and private sector support for applied research.
The Audacious Project, TED’s philanthropic collaborative dedicated to bold, actionable ideas, announced the 2019 Audacious projects. The Science Philanthropy Alliance […]
Sue Merrilees is an advisor at the Science Philanthropy Alliance Over the last two years, we at the Science Philanthropy […]