Creso published an op-ed in the Globe and Mail on the need for new thinking to inform science policy in Canada.
The idea that science is inextricably linked to technological progress is now taken for granted.
Historical evidence is voluminous and examples abound all around us, from satellites that keep our GPS devices working to medical treatments that cure diseases that have victimized millions in the past. This idea has unfortunately been drastically simplified to fit a global narrative of innovation that has shaped science policy in Canada and internationally. See Full text.