ITIF co-sponsors an event releasing a new MIT study documenting how faltering federal investment in basic scientific research threatens a U.S. innovation deficit.
Please join ITIF for a discussion of the limits of the “middle out” strategy and the kind of innovation-led growth agenda we need for all Americans to prosper.
Join us for the release of a new ITIF paper "Innovation Principles for the 2015 Surface Transportation Reauthorization Bill."
Rob Atkinson will take part in an informal dialogue that will discuss the gamut of challenges to U.S. and California innovation-based competitiveness.
Join us to discuss what tech populism means for the policy debates and how policymakers can bring the debate back to facts and reason, instead of spin and distortion, to further innovation for all.
Join ITIF for a lively panel discussion on governments’ role in fostering innovation in the modern economy.
Join the Center for Clean Energy Innovation to discuss new efforts the DOE is taking to bring job-creating technologies to market.
Recent reports suggest the U.S. government wants to ban strong encryption, a policy that could spell disaster for both U.S. competitiveness and civil liberties. Can policymakers reconcile the needs of law enforcement with good cybersecurity practices? Join ITIF for a lively panel discussion.
Join ITIF for a discussion of a thought-provoking new report "Technology: Reshaping the Global Economy" by Standard Chartered.