What will our health landscape look like without the ability to take what we know and translate it into action? Worse yet, what if we simply are unable to even know what to do because the research and evidence isn’t there in the first place to translate into anything? Without another turn towards something more positive, we are about to find out.
The last couple of days I’ve been posting on issues of discovery and innovation and its ties to higher education pointing to a lot of the problems associated with the way that the scientific enterprise has been organized. These are complex problems because there is no one solution to them and no single cause. …
The structure of research funding and lack of support for young scientists is killing off opportunities to attract the best and brightest into the field and promote innovation. The reasons innovation is in trouble and science is becoming a hazardous career choice is explored.