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Innovation UK - science, wealth creation and social well-being in Britain



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Creative knowledge

Innovation in Action

Innovation in Education

Innovative enterprise

Innovation with industry





Turning a new idea into commercial success is never easy. Making sure that the resulting innovations bring real benefits to everyday lives is an even greater challenge. To show some of the ways in which ideas are turned into reality in the UK, we have created the Innovation UK panel exhibition, which during 2001 and 2002 will visit more than 60 British Council offices and other locations around the world.

The accompanying leaflet the supporting text to the travelling exhibition and provides full contact details for all organisations and topics listed in the exhibition, and gives access to key UK educational websites.

The leaflet is in PDF format (252 Kb). Download the free Adobe Acrobat reader to open the leaflet if you do not already have it from the Adobe Web site.

Download the Innovations leaflet.

Further details of key UK resources in the innovation and technology transfer sector can be found in our on-line publications: briefing sheet resource list

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