But in Europe, Brazil’s innovation capabilities are even less well understood than those of its ‘BRIC’ counterparts, China and India. This report assesses the prospects for science and technology-based innovation in Brazil over the next ten years. And it suggests how the UK and Europe can scale up collaboration with its new centres of excellence.
This report forms part of The Atlas of Ideas, a research programme on the new geography of science and innovation (www.atlasofideas.org). The project was conducted in partnership with the Centro de Gestão e Estudos Estratégicos (CGEE) in Brazil, and was generously funded by a consortium of partners listed on the inside cover.