Guild of universities to Help Consolidate Innovation Ecosystems

Guild of universities to Help Consolidate Innovation Ecosystems

By • on February 27, 2018

The Science Business website reported that the Guild of European research-intensive universities is calling for “a bold EU innovation policy” that will increase “the transferability of research results into innovations.”  The signatories hope that EU’s next framework program will enable stronger and more effective collaborations between universities,

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Open Innovation, Open Science & Open To The World

Open Innovation, Open Science & Open To The World

By • on July 14, 2016

The HuffingtonPost website reported that open innovation is undoubtedly becoming more and more common. Indeed, a paper by Henry Chesborough from a few years ago suggested that nearly 80% of organizations were already dabbling with open innovation in some form or other. It is perhaps no surprise therefore

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Bridging the Innovation Gap

Bridging the Innovation Gap

By • on June 7, 2016

The ZDNet website noted that Europe trails behind the US in productivity, which is why work is under way to put collaborative research at the heart of European innovation. European Innovation Commissioner Carlos Moedas identified research and innovation as key to solving this problem, listing the top

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Societal Innovations to Tackle Burning Challenges

Societal Innovations to Tackle Burning Challenges

By • on February 2, 2016

The New Europe website reported that a socially motivated and open innovation ecosystem is at the heart of the new generation of innovation activities – complex and global by nature, and emerging through online community participation. The  number one priority of the European Committee of the Regions

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Open Innovation Toolkit

Open Innovation Toolkit

By • on July 27, 2014

The Science|Business website reported on an European project which pools public and private-sector efforts to promote innovation in the lighting industry and to harness the full potential of LED technology. ESADE professors Wim Vanhaverbeke and Henry Chesbrough have actively participated in the project,

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Economic Growth Predicted through Open Innovation

Economic Growth Predicted through Open Innovation

By • on January 14, 2014

The HealthcareITNews website reported on a pilot project launched in the European Union to open up publicaly funded research data. Researchers from projects participating in the pilot have been asked to make the underlying data needed to validate the results presented in scientific publications and

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Scottish Open Innovation Challenge

Scottish Open Innovation Challenge

By • on November 26, 2013

The Caledonian Mercury website reported that two start-up companies, SACADE Diagnostics and UXCam have picked up awards for Best Open Innovation. They beat teams of national and international entrepreneurs from five European countries in the final of the Converge Challenge Open Innovation. the director

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ESADE: Making Cities Smarter

ESADE: Making Cities Smarter

By • on October 15, 2013

The Science Business website reported that two new projects are working to get Europe’s public authorities to embrace open innovation. ‘Open Cities’ and ‘Commons for Europe’, coordinated by ESADE Business School in Barcelona and part-funded by the EU, aim to encourage local authorities to

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Dublin Declaration sets out a New Business Model

Dublin Declaration sets out a New Business Model

By • on May 26, 2013

The SiliconRepublic website reported that a new 10-point declaration drafted at the Open Innovation 2.0 conference at Dublin Castle is to be presented to the president of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso. The Dublin Declaration aims to make the EU more nimble in terms of turning research

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Gap Between Innovation Leaders and Followers in the EU Grows

Gap Between Innovation Leaders and Followers in the EU Grows

By • on April 13, 2013

The European Commission has published a study of Innovation in the European Union which found that innovation performance in the EU has improved year on year in spite of the continuing economic crisis, but the innovation divide between Member States is widening. While the most innovative countries

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