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How science can bring about a eureka moment for Indian…
The Indian innovation ecosystem is slowly catching up with that of the US, but more needs to be done, argue Tarun Khanna and K Vijay Raghavan.
Why universities will be disrupted in a digital world
Erik Vermeulen looks at how modern-day technologies are re-defining education and the role of universities.
The important difference between features and benefits
Jennie Flint, commercialisation associate at Cambridge Enterprise, considers the difference between the features of a technology and its benefits.
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