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Build Palestine Organizes Solve-A-Thon

Build Palestine Organizes Solve-A-Thon

By • on September 21, 2017

The Palestine News Network website reported that Build Palestine, a social enterprise based in Ramallah, in partnership with MIT SOLVE organized a solve-a-thon which aims to solve one of the world’s most challenging problems through open-innovation and partnership. The project tackled the challenge “Youth, Skills, and the Workforce of the Future:

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First Petrochemicals Complex in Vietnam

First Petrochemicals Complex in Vietnam

By • on September 20, 2017

The Vietnamnet website reported that the Siam Cement Group (SCG),  the second largest company in Thailand, has recently approved investment in the first petrochemicals complex in Vietnam, Long Son Petrochemicals, with a 71 per cent stake and investment of $5.4 billion, with the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group

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Students’ Ideas Adopted by U.S. Intel Agency

Students’ Ideas Adopted by U.S. Intel Agency

By • on September 19, 2017

The Loudoun Times website reported that a team of students from Loudoun County’s (Va) Academy of Science is turning its ideas into real-world solutions after impressing the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the U.S. Army Geospatial Research Lab (GRL). After impressing the NGA,

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Make Japan Inc. Great Again

Make Japan Inc. Great Again

By • on September 13, 2017

The JapanTimes website noted that while Apple, Google and Facebook “openly innovate,” traditional Japanese firms still conduct research and development behind closed doors. The main reason Japan lacks “open innovation” is the nation’s HR systems, which promote employees based on age rather

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Open Innovation Takes Centerstage at TechInnovation

Open Innovation Takes Centerstage at TechInnovation

By • on September 11, 2017

The Independent website reported that TechInnovation, Singapore’s annual industry-technology matching event, to be held in September 19 to 20, will bring together leading international speakers, industry experts, researchers, tech seekers and investors for two days of sharing and collaborating. “TechInnovation

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India Is Open For Fintech, Innovation And Collaboration

India Is Open For Fintech, Innovation And Collaboration

By • on September 8, 2017

The Forbes website reported that financial technology in India  is moving from a more competitive attitude to a collaborative one – a quality becoming more and more effective in the fintech space. Managing Director of Startupbootcamp FinTech Mumbai Adrian Johnson agreed that open innovation has

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When Goliath Collaborates With David

When Goliath Collaborates With David

By • on September 7, 2017

The CIOInsight website noted that the simple fact is that, in today’s increasingly interconnected business environment, organizations compete within large ecosystems and collaborate with a variety of firms—from the tiniest startups to the largest global conglomerates. These collaborations might range

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Europe has Untapped Medical Innovation

Europe has Untapped Medical Innovation

By • on September 6, 2017

The PharmaPhorum website noted that the ‘open innovation’ strategy is being pursued by all the big pharma companies – and now it’s simply a matter of who executes best on this approach. This is one of the boldest efforts in big pharma to create relationships with entrepreneurs, scientists and

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By • on September 5, 2017

The Accenture website noted that open innovation is becoming widely adopted. Why? It works. Innovation is in the headlines more than ever largely due to disruptive business models and products. However, in the past, most who had a potential contribution to advance and idea from conception to fruition

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MIT’s 2017 Global Challenges

MIT’s 2017 Global Challenges

By • on September 4, 2017

The MIT News website reported that MIT’s initiative that brings together problem-solvers of all stripes to tackle the world’s pressing problems — has four new global challenges for 2017: brain health; sustainable urban communities; women and technology; and youth, skills, and the workforce of the

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