That’s right, the Dragon will be on-hand to share his ideas on getting those bright sparks, sparking; developing new ideas; and he’ll also explain more about the new iawards, which the government is running to recognise and celebrate the best British achievements in science, technology and innovation. In recent years, the UK‘s strength in science, technology and innovation has been the unsung hero of the British economy. Open to all organisations, the 13 award categories reflect the greatest challenges we face as a country – from addressing the healthcare needs of an ageing society to minimising the threat of terrorism or climate change. Caan is also answering some of your questions, which were posted via the Real Business Twitter page. Don’t miss it! The webchat with Caan starts at 1315 on 27 August 2009 below Related articlesJames Caan: "My first million"James Caan" "Science and technology will shape our future"What entrepreneurs think of their bank managers
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