Innovation is the source of economic prosperity and global progress, simplifying routines and enriching quality of life. The internet has fundamentally altered how the world works, communicates and thinks. The global information revolution has ushered in a new era of global conversations, cooperation and crowd-sourcing among researchers, speeding the spread of new ideas and technologies in every discipline. Researchers race to develop energy alternatives, synthetic biology, transportation improvements, environmental protections or cures for disease. Governments must keep up pace with funding of education and infrastructure as well as regulations on patents, immigration, intellectual property protections and more.

Transcript of “An Interview With N.R. Narayana Murthy”

Transcript of Nayan Chanda's interview with N.R. Narayana Murthy, founder of Infosys
June 5, 2006

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Susan Froetschel
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A. Sheshabalaya
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China's Internet: Let a Thousand Filters Bloom

Aided by US technology companies, Beijing tightens its control of information flow
Rebecca MacKinnon
June 28, 2005

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A Scheme to Encrypt the Entire Web Is Actually Working

But news sites are not on board with encryption
Andy Greenberg
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Synthetic Microbe Lives With Less Than 500 Genes

The new research tool may offer new insights into genetic processes
Robert F. Service
March 28, 2016

Quietly, Symbolically, US Control of the Internet Just Ended

The plan requires US approval before September
Maria Farrell
March 16, 2016

Australia Climate R&D Spending Cut Bad News for Asia Pacific Region

Climate research leads to improved modeling, planning and technologies
A. Barrie Pittock
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Stay Just a Little Bit Longer

The United States extends the time some international students can stay after graduation
Elizabeth Redden
March 14, 2016

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