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Unless we get Smarter, we’ll get Poorer

Posted by keelynet on November 8, 2008

This is absolutely on the mark! The problem is most kids view science as dry and boring, so we need handson experiments that kids can do to show them it can fun and interesting.

kidinventor108“Britain has a fine tradition of science and invention: we must build on this. We need to ensure that the natural interest that young children have in science (be it in space, dinosaurs or tadpoles) extends rather than atrophies – that they are taught well at school, and that enough of the most talented opt for scientific careers. We can’t undercut India and China in labour costs; we’ve got to be smarter. It would be demeaning if our educational standards fell below those of Taiwan and South Korea. But for young people to choose scientific careers, there must be a “demand pull”, too. There must be goals that appeal to their idealism. Nothing would do more to attract the brightest and best of them into science than a strongly proclaimed national commitment to take a lead in developing what the world needs: vaccines against pandemics, better transport systems and IT, better food-growing. Developing clean-energy technologies demands the priority and urgency of a new Manhattan Project. It offers huge opportunities. Why shouldn’t we in the United Kingdom raise our game in these fields, and aim to grasp a lead? We don’t know what will be the 21st century counterparts of the electron, quantum theory, the double helix and the computer – nor where the great innovators of the future will get their formative training and inspiration. But one thing seems a near certainty: unless we get smarter, we’ll get poorer. We must maximise the chance that the key creative ideas of the 21st century germinate and (even more) are exploited here in Britain.” – Source

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