Report The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, the Center for American Progress, and the Heritage Foundation teamed up to release a joint report assessing options to reform the national lab system to better position it to meet 21st century challenges.
Report Concentrating solar power promises to become a keystone technology in America’s renewable-energy portfolio.
In light a recent executive order and spate of cyber attacks, we take a look back at past cyber attacks and what our government has done to fortify both the public and private sectors against hackers foreign and domestic.
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative has delivered such cost-effective results that the states involved plan to reduce the carbon emissions cap by an additional 45 percent.
Issue Brief Throughout our nation’s history, investments in research have led to groundbreaking innovations, and we must continue making those investments to stay competitive in the 21st century.
The president has quietly made ambitious reforms for small businesses across the country through legislation and executive action that range from common-sense to very bold.
If we want the U.S. economy to innovate and remain competitive in the 21st century, we can not afford to take for granted our elected leaders’ support for research, development, and the other drivers of innovation.
A new manufacturing institute will bring stakeholders together for collaborative innovation, illustrating the differences between traditional industrial policy and 21st century innovation policy.
Sean Pool explains why the new Business USA portal is a key first step in bringing scattered federal programs together in one place to be more effective and efficient in helping business.
Ed Paisley and Sean Pool explore the president’s science and innovation policies to demonstrate how key they are to sustained middle-class prosperity.
Report We must reorganize part of the federal government in order to efficiently invest in our future economic competitiveness and scientific innovation, write Johnathan Sallet and Sean Pool.
Helping universities invest in good ideas also helps small businesses, write Ed Paisley and Sean Pool.
Small startup companies are proven job creators, yet current government assistance doesn’t reach them effectively and efficiently, write Ed Paisley and Sean Pool.
Sean Pool makes the case for a federal common app that eliminates redundancy, increases accessibility, exploits latent synergy, and creates better avenues for small businesses seeking a hand up.