Arlington, Va. (PRWEB) October 13, 2009 -- On Columbus Day, Richard C. Litman, the Founder of the Global Academic Innovation Network (GAIN), announced GAIN's 2020 plan to help universities and businesses in emerging countries connect with their counterparts in more developed parts of the world.
Global circumstances have shifted in the last 500 years so that the New World and the Old World have become one world united by a more ancient type of discovery -- innovation. Twenty-first century explorers are not found on ships like the Nina, Piñta or Santa Maria, but are steering through uncharted waters in laboratories at universities and research centers, and at spin-off companies in business incubators and technology parks. In the current era, the quest for technology and entrepreneurship is more important than staking a claim to new territories.
The Global Academic Innovation Network (GAIN) Announces 2020 Plan