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Promoting innovation

There are some common themes from the lives of Thomas Edison (1847-1931), Robert Noyce (1927-1990) and Steve Jobs (1955-2011) that can provide valuable insights to Pakistan’s policymakers designing policies on…

Innovation in academia

Pakistan’s academic landscape is at a critical turning point that demands an immediate and comprehensive review. It is clear to me, both as an observer and a participant in this…

Innovation for development

Innovation has long been recognized as a cornerstone of economic development and prosperity. It drives productivity, competitiveness, and job creation, while simultaneously addressing societal challenges and improving the overall quality…

Pakistan and the technological race

In an era marked by technological innovations and significant breakthroughs across different sectors, the transformative prowess of artificial intelligence is shaping a whole new reality defying the bounds of our…

A future of innovation

Rapid socio-economic development is now only possible if national innovation policies are directed at the development and export of high-tech products. For Pakistan to progress, we need to change tracks…

Innovation for prosperity – Part II

The manufacture and export of innovative high-tech products must serve as the key pillar of our economic growth. There are huge opportunities available in almost every sector. Let us consider…

Innovation and investment in textiles

Textile and apparel manufacturing not only serves as a creator of jobs, but also delineates a sustainable path to industrialization, and enables value chain relationships that modernize economies and add…

New innovations

THE 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development puts forward an integrated, broad and ambitious plan for global action on sustainable development. With such enthusiastic targets, the need for innovative, disruptive solutions…