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Meanings and phrases
- a creation (a new device or process) resulting from study and experimentation; invention
- the creation of something in the mind; invention; excogitation; conception; design
- the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new; initiation; founding; foundation; institution; origination; creation; introduction; instauration
- On the whole technological innovation was the fundament of the liberalization act.
- Strauss was not the first composer to write a piece celebrating technological innovation.
- The theme of the fair was technological innovation over the century since Chicago's founding.
- USC is recognized as a research and innovation hub in southern Philippines.
- RISE perform industry research and innovation as well as testing and certification.
- The proposal calls for €100 billion in research and innovation spending for years 2021-2027.
- This is reflected in their slogan “technical innovation with environmental responsibility”.
- The company has been recognized for environmental sustainability programs and technical innovation.
- The team's most fertile period of technical innovation came in the 1970s and 1980s when Gordon Murray became technical director.
- The award was given in recognition of his services to technology and innovation.
- PA Consulting Group PA Consulting Group is a consultancy specialising in management consulting, technology and innovation.
- It oversees university and vocational, training, science, technology and innovation and is headed by the Minister of Higher Education.
- The fact that MATCH is innovative makes it the "first social innovation fund for women globally".
- The most direct way of business innovation is through technological innovation, disruptive innovation or social innovation.
- It was, President and CEO, Jess Tomlin that became interested in social innovation and the advantages it could bring to women's rights issues.