Innovation is often seen as carried out by highly educated labour in R & D intensive companes with strong ties to leading centers of excellence in the scientific world. Seen from this angle innovation is a typical "first world" activity. There is, however, another way to look at innovation that goes significantly beyond this high-tech picture.
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