Category Archives: Publication

WORKING IN THE OPEN – BEYOND OPEN INNOVATION

The concept of organisational openness builds on the idea of open innovation, which proposes that the free exchange of information and knowledge promotes the development of new ideas. In an organisational setting, this means overcoming the barriers to knowledge exchange … Continue reading

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EUA CALLS FOR INCREASE IN RESEARCH FUNDING UNDER FP9

As the race hots up towards the next EU research funding programme, the European University Association has issued a set of recommendations to the European Commission’s on how  Framework Programme 9 should look. In a nutshell, it wants Brussels to … Continue reading

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GLOBAL CATALYSTS: THE WORLD’S MOST INNOVATIVE CITIES

In a recent article in Trend Alert, Tim Jones published the results of two years of research into which cities are the most innovative, comparing those from yesterday and today and proposing a list of tomorrow’s most likely candidates. Cities are … Continue reading

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EPO CASE STUDIES: HOW SMEs USE IP TO THEIR ADVANTAGE

The EPO, in close collaboration with renowned IP experts, has produced a series of case studies on European small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs) which are benefiting from using patents and other IP rights. SMEs from different countries, operating in different … Continue reading

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CONFLICT CREATES INNOVATION

Article published in LinkedIn on 11 August by Jeff DeGraff, Dean of Innovation, Author and Thought Leader, which is an excerpt from his newly published book The Innovation Code. Conflict doesn’t have to be a bad thing. In fact, conflict is … Continue reading

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TWO ACADEMIC PAPERS CO-AUTHORED BY MAGNUS KLOFSTEN

TII member Magnus Klofsten, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Linköping University in Sweden, has recently co-authored two academic papers on how incubators and science parks ensure a steady flow of tenants and talent. The first paper entitled “Sustainability-profiled incubators … Continue reading

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EUROPE’S TOP CONTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE

As part of a collaboration with the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Science|Business has been asking online readers what they think are the biggest contributions of Europe to science and technology. The survey – which you … Continue reading

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