The Royal Society of Chemistry website announced the launch of the InnoCentive–Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Open Innovation Pavilion. Although the shift from purely internal innovation to a more open structure has proved popular for industry leaders, it can be a risky process, fraught with challenges. That’s why the RSC is partnering with InnoCentive to help lower some of the barriers organizations may face when searching for external ideas and practicing open innovation. The Pavilion is a dedicated area on InnoCentive.com featuring InnoCentive-customer Challenges of interest to the chemical community. These Challenges are well-articulated descriptions of scientific and technical problems that require innovative solutions. The InnoCentive–Royal Society of Chemistry Open Innovation Pavilion will provide these InnoCentive customers with unprecedented access to the RSC’s global community of problem solvers from across the chemical sciences.
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