The widening gap between wealthy coastal cities and the lagging heartland has been a powerful, polarizing force in American politics, yet presidential campaigns have seldom debated what to do about it.
Since their inception, the Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories have been in the vanguard of America’s global research and development leadership. However, the national innovation system has changed. Today, much technology development...
Mark MuroOr let's map: Just 5 metros--Boston, SF/SJ, Seattle, San Diego--generated 90% of the nation's 2005-07 innovation-sector growth. Meanwhile, 90% of metros (343 of them) LOST innovation sector share. And 191 LOST innovation jobs in aggregate brook.gs/2OOal2O /4 pic.twitter.com/X32ryAjUFb