UK Innovation Strategy - Leading the future by creating it HMG
- Aug 3, 2021 3:44 pm GMT
Innovation is central to the largest challenges the world faces, from climate change and the ageing society to global pandemics. The UK must be in the vanguard of the response to these challenges.
Now we have left the EU, we can move quickly to respond to these challenges, and other global opportunities, to cement the UK’s position as a world-leader in science, research and innovation. Furthermore, by supporting innovation in places, sectors, and businesses across the UK, we can level up the economy and create high-value new jobs and trading opportunities as we build back better.
The UK can look back on a proud history of changing the world through innovation. From the industrial revolution to the vaccine development of the past year, the impact on our everyday lives is undeniable.
We want to rekindle this flame in all UK citizens, helping them to seize the opportunities that the innovation economy will bring. The next decade will be one that features significant change. With the climate emergency and our net zero target – as well as the pace of technological innovation – the 2020s are a pivotal moment for the UK’s future prosperity.
That is why Government has published “Build Back The Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Secretary of State at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy UK Innovation Strategy: Leading the future by creating it 5 Better: our plan for growth” which focuses on infrastructure, skills and innovation as the foundation of recovery and growth across the economy.
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