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June 20th, 2007
The department will conduct research into various aspects of technology from looking at the public perception of new technologies, such as nanotechnology, to the psychology of creativity and innovation.
It will also offer a Master's degree in technology entrepreneurship and an undergraduate degree in information management for business will begin this academic year.
Prof Currall hopes that the new department will also help advise policymakers. "We have an obligation to create knowledge and disseminate it to government so it can make better decisions on the behalf of citizens," he said.
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