The United States and European Union Drop in Science and Innovation Impact while Australia, China, India, France and Great Britain Gain Influence According to Thomson Reuters Forecast. Analysis of G20 nations highlights shifts in emphasis

« … The Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world leader in providing intelligent information to businesses and professionals, today released The Research and Innovation Performance of the G20, a report that mines scientific research and patent information across the G20 for insights into the global strategies of the world’s leading economies (…)

“This study is further proof of the globalization of science and innovation; it is not just a trend, the movement is here to stay,” said Gordon Macomber, managing director for Thomson Reuters Scientific and Scholarly Research. “It also demonstrates the role scientific research and innovation play within the global economy.” (…) »