Science, technology and innovation continue to play a great role in enhancing industrialisation and socio-economic growth and must therefore be placed at the heart of the development process. That consistent use of science and technology (S&T) since 1960s led to dramatic economic growth of Newly Industrialised Countries (NICs) of Asia cannot be overstated. Most developing countries possess comparable S&T capacities and can thus attain economic prosperity by emulating the management techniques of these NICs.
Science, technology and innovation for industrialisation and sustainable development.
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Main Campus)Nairobi- Kenya.
17th- 19th November 2010
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