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Monthly Archives: March 2015

China's patent assessed

China’s leap forward on patents

Published 30 March 2015

How groundbreaking are China’s patents? How innovative really is China?

What a difference seven months makes.

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China's patent assessed

China’s leap forward on patents – in German

Published 30 March 2015

How groundbreaking are China’s patents? How innovative really is China?

What a difference seven months makes.

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Greening of education

The greening of the ivory towers in education

Published 26 March 2015

A National Association of Scholars report interrogates the tyranny of sustainability in education.

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The future of retailing

The future of retailing

Published 24 March 2015

I confess. Like most men, I find shopping boring. Yet what retailers do next is more interesting than the travails of Tesco today, or the more general problem of too much retail floorspace in the UK.

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Extraordinary innovation: presentation to a conference of UK power systems manufacturers

Published 12 March 2015

With a speech entitled ‘Extraordinary Innovation’, James Woudhuysen opens the Association of Manufacturers of Power Systems (AMPS) conference 2015.

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