Innovation in Aerospace Workshop

Marshall Institute: Innovation in Aerospace

"During much of the 20th century, the aerospace industry drove innovation in the U.S. economy. Thus, it earned the moniker, "the space age." By the end of the century, however, developments in information technology, biological sciences, and biotechnology seemed to eclipse aerospace as a major driver of innovation in the United States. Indeed, the "information revolution" replaced the "space age" as an off-hand reference to the century. ... The Marshall Institute is holding a workshop to explore the means of promoting greater creativity and innovation in the aerospace industry. In particular, the workshop will examine the challenges, lessons, and applicability of the information technology industry's practices for the aerospace community and the experience that innovative firms have had in working with government agencies."

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