Ryan Buscaglia is an Endless Frontier Fellow on the Tech and Innovation team. He works on technology transfer and commercialization issues across entrepreneurship, regional, and climate areas. Prior to this he worked at Dcode, a startup that helps emerging tech companies, federal agencies, and industry partners work together to improve the government with better tech. His previous experience also includes internships with the National Security Innovation Network and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in Political and Social Thought, and Foreign Affairs in 2021.
There are exciting things ahead for communities that participated in the NSF Engines grant program, even for those that missed out on securing funding.
At the beginning of April, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) released a landmark report outlining the scope of federal investments in regional ecosystems, something we have written about at FAS in the past. This CRS report, ‘Regional Innovation: Federal Programs and Issues for Consideration,’ does an excellent job covering the scope and scale of our massive federal investment […]
Economic innovation requires more sophisticated, focused, and better supported local economic planning. Here’s how to achieve it.
We don’t know if Congress does New Year’s Resolutions like the rest of us, but it seems like at least one of their goals is to continue ‘Building Regional Innovation Economies.’ We can guess that much from that title – given to a House of Representatives Subcommittee on Research and Technology hearing at the end of December. […]
To help seed the ground for bipartisan progress, we’ve put together a menu of the best policy ideas on a range of critical topics.
Global competition for advanced technology leadership is fierce. China continues to build scholarship capacity across science and engineering disciplines, has surpassed the United States in knowledge- and technology-intensive manufacturing, and is hot on American heels for the global lead in R&D investment. In the U.S., domestic manufacturing jobs have enjoyed a recent surge, but the […]
Congress extended SBIR. Now what?