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September 10th, 2009
The knowledge triangle is based on three axes: innovation, research, and development. However, this is not necessarily applied, as there are numerous impediments to innovation and research, and many societies and countries have development difficulties. One of such societies is the Egyptian society, which has suffered for a long time from a climate that is not research or innovation-friendly. Throughout recent years, national human development reports have emphasized the necessity of effectively starting to push society to be based on dynamic knowledge, which can only take place through innovation.
However, the concept of innovation itself needs a lot of work to become an intrinsic part of the line of thinking of the youth. This should then lead to the activation phase, i.e. research, and then the journey of development.
A fourth project deals with nanotechnology, through introducing this developed futuristic technology in secondary schools and thus training the youth on this type of science.
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