The decades-old dictum of “innovate here, produce there” has stymied our nation’s technological progress and prowess. As Japan, Germany, Korea, Taiwan, and China have realized the benefits of “manufacturing-led” innovation systems, our nation, without innovative methods to produce newly developed technology, has failed to reap the benefits from our investments in R&D. Our two panels of government and industry experts will identify the latest perspectives on challenges, stakeholder interests, and congressional and executive opportunities to rebuild competitiveness in American manufacturing.
About The Fall Virtual Lunch Series on Industrial Policy
The Day One Project is hosting three one-hour roundtables for a Fall Virtual Lunch Series on Industrial Policy. Beginning September 30th, every other Thursday from 12:00-1:00 PM ET we will invite key government and industry leaders to speak about opportunities to address key national challenges through tools of “industrial policy.” As a platform for new science and technology ideas, the Day One Project seeks to use these events to engage policymakers directly on novel solutions to these challenges.