REF 2021: Innovation friendly regulation

Innogen Institute research has demonstrated many flaws in today’s regulatory systems for innovative technologies and developed a framework for their future governance (PAGIT) showing how the necessary adaptation could be achieved, leading to two significant research impacts.

  • Tait led the Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology initiative that culminated in publication of the White Paper on Regulation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, setting up four government initiatives designed to deliver the necessary regulatory adaptation.

  • Funded by Innovate UK, the British Standards Institution commissioned Tait as technical author of a standard on Responsible Innovation to support responsible company behaviour in light of expected future changes in UK regulatory systems.

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