The landscape for innovation in Brazil is changing fast. Research budgets are rising. Brazilian scientists and innovators are at the forefront of developments from biofuels to genomics and software. And Brazil is now the fifteenth largest producer of scientific publications, up eight places in under a decade.
A new report by the UK think tank Demos argues that Brazil is a 'natural knowledge-economy' where the intertwining of knowledge, skills and innovation with environmental and other natural assets holds the key to competitive advantage.
Very relevant for the design community is the chapter on culture, which discusses aspects of Brazilian culture that are pertinent to science and innovation: values, democracy, diversity and creativity.
Join over 240,000 designers who stay up-to-date with the Core77 newsletter.
Test it out; it only takes a single click to unsubscribe