Rebecca Hanlin discusses biomedical technologies in a global development context. 

Innogen research on existing biomedical technologies highlights the multiplicity of factors that impact, because we take a novel social-science based approach. 

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Julius Mugwagwa discusses agro-biotechnology and food security.

By working across sectors and advocating a multi-layered approach, Innogen helps countries find solutions to successfully harness and govern these new technologies. 

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Dinar Kale discusses regulation and innovation. 

Innovation and regulation go hand-in-hand. Innogen works hard to understand this interconnected relationship in order to ensure that safety is maintained without stifling advances that can help improve and save lives. 

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On 6 November 2013, Innogen hosted an ESRC Festival of Social Science event on "Innovation Generation: Shaping a New World".

In this 20x20-style video, Rebecca Hanlin discusses innovations for pro-poor growth. Innogen puts forward its thinking on promoting and supporting entrepreneurship to raise the income, welfare and agency of the poorest in society.

David Wield discusses why Innogen's work matters. 
Innogen pioneers approaches that connect people, policy and practice to innovative solutions for real world problems. 
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