Innovation and Emerging Technologies Policy Panel
Providing expert advice and guidance on innovation, new technologies and innovation systems.
The Innovation and Emerging Technologies (I&ET) Policy Panel was launched in 2008.
To influence and communicate policy relating to:
- Innovation and research systems that act as a focus for technology research
- Barriers, risks and enablers of the innovation process
- Technologies that span more than one engineering discipline or sector
- New technologies which are not obvious or dealt with in mainstream
- International Innovation. For the UK to be leaders it must have a mechanism to be pre-warned of international developments in innovation
Who are we trying to influence?
- Ministers, MPs and civil servants (especially those without a technical background)
- Financiers, including Private Equity and Angel Investment groups
- IET membership
- Other thought leaders including the media/think tanks
It is one of fourteen policy panels established by the IET policy department.
Members of the Innovation and Emerging Technologies Policy Panel
Boosting finance for engineering & technology
An IET & ICAEW forum at Savoy Place, 27th September 2016
IET interdisciplinary innovation event
held at One Great George Street, 30 November 2015
Manufacturing and Innovation Conference 2014
held at Austin Court, 10 July 2014
What does success look like for innovation and technology centres?
The IET responds to a number of submissions to Government, Parliament and the devolved Administrations each year. These can be found in the submissions archive
(please select the relevant year).
If you are a member, and would like to input into the IET's policy work, please join the Research Policy Key.
For more information on the panel’s work, please contact: