|Reference||Title (click on this to access the PDF MSS)||Topic|
|Volume 2(5), 2009, Pages 277-281||Leadership
and innovation. How consensus management blocks genuine innovation.
||Genuine advance in research in any field needs leadership and a willingness to strike out against the consensus. Peer review, valuable in some contexts, can suppress this.|
|Volume 2(3), 2009, Pages 115-117||Who
should benefit from a good idea?
||How can an idea create wealth for its originator when the patent system is based on implementation? I discuss the issues and speculate on three solutions|
|Volume 1(6), 2008, Pages 281-285
||Steam engine time: A review of Ending Ageing by Aubrey de Grey||Review and critique of book by the controversial theorist.|
|Volume 1(5), 2008, Pages 233-234||Name and Shame||New models for encouraging companies to pursue valuable science and technology|
|Volume 1(4), 2008, Pages 177-178||Technological speculations and science||Value and nature of speculations on technology to scientific advancement|
|Volume 1(3), 2008, Pages 125-126||Career Insurance: enabling intellectual risks||Financial structures to help rekindle innovative and blue-sky research.|