The office works with issues in the science and technology fields, with a focus on innovation and economic growth policies.
Current programs cover the following areas:
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
- Life Sciences
- Research and higher education
- Overall American innovation and growth policy.
Office of Science and Innovation External link.
2900 K Street NW
Washington DC, 20007
901 30th St.NW
Washington, DC 2000
Phone: +1 202 536 15 85
Fax: +1 202 536 15 84
Reports and news from Washington D.C.
Bioeconomics– a growing concept on the international stage
The term “bioeconomics” is being used increasingly frequently in the areas of research, business and...
Direct response 2016:16
Sweden – an attractive mining country from a global perspective?An international comparison
In June 2015, the government commissioned the Swedish Agency for Growth Policy Analysis (Growth Anal...
Innovative global cities– how places attract knowledge-intensive industries
This report provides a picture of what other countries are doing to create attractive cities. Exampl...
Aviation or trains? – High-speed train and renewable fuels in aircraft
The main reason for developing high-speed train services in the world has been to facilitate for lei...
Direct response 2016:13
Adaptation to more sustainable transports– Countries prioritise differently
Many countries have a vision of what technology and fuels will make the transport sector more sustai...
Direct response 2016:12
Links between higher education and working life– a study of other countries’ initiatives
Growth Analysis has been commissioned by the Ministry of Education to conduct a survey of how other ...
Direct response 2016:11
Young researchers’ career paths– tenure tracks, equality, researcher mobility and research funding
This report describes how career paths for young researchers have developed in recent years in Denma...
Direct response 2015:21
Other countries’ investments in biopharmaceuticals– is Sweden keeping up?
A study of Ireland, Canada, Singapore, the United Kingdom and Massachusetts in the USA.
Direct response 2015:23
Means and ends for energy policy?– Lessons learned from other countries
Unlike many other countries that do not have their own fossil fuels, Sweden has chosen to base its e...
Direct response 2015:21
The interplay between innovation and trade promotion– The Netherlands at home and in the field
In the Netherlands, it is the so called top sector strategy that governs export promotion. Through t...
Direct response 2015:11