The Odd Couple: Contrasting Openness in Innovation and Science

The Odd Couple: Contrasting Openness in Innovation and Science

By • on November 9, 2020

The Taylor and Francis Online website posted a research article which noted that over the last few decades, two domains have undergone seemingly similar transformations: Closed innovation turned into open innovation, closed science into open science. In this essay we engage critically with recent calls for a close coupling of the two domains based on

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The Open Innovation in Science research field

The Open Innovation in Science research field

By • on August 17, 2020

The Industry and Innovation Journal posted an article which noted that Openness and collaboration in scientific research are attracting increasing attention from scholars and practitioners alike. However, a common understanding of these phenomena is hindered by disciplinary boundaries and disconnected

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Dawn of an Open Exploration Era: Principles of Open Science and Innovation of University Research Teams

Dawn of an Open Exploration Era: Principles of Open Science and Innovation of University Research Teams

By • on April 17, 2020

The Science Direct website posted a study which reported that new principles and practices of open science at universities are triggering novel open innovation practices by university research teams. The purpose of this study was to identify emergent principles, practices, and underlying mechanisms of

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Open Science and Open Innovation in Socio-Political Context

Open Science and Open Innovation in Socio-Political Context

By • on March 7, 2019

The University of East Anglia website posted the abstract of a new study which  traces the origins and progress of Open Science and proposes its generative coupling to Open Innovation in the contemporary socio-political context. It identifies the co-evolution, co-existence and co-production of Open

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Europe’s Science Spending Set for Another Big Boost

Europe’s Science Spending Set for Another Big Boost

By • on June 30, 2018

The Science Magazine website reported that the European Commission plans for one of the biggest single research programs on the planet. Called Horizon Europe, the program could be worth €97.6 billion. One of the main pillars of Horizon Europe is Open Innovation, which addresses an old problem: Europe’s

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Open Innovation: Research, Practices, and Policies

Open Innovation: Research, Practices, and Policies

By • on March 12, 2018

The California Management Review website posted an article which noted that open innovation is now a widely used concept in academia, business, and policy making. This article describes the state of open innovation at the intersection of research, practice, and policy. It discusses some key trends (e.g.,

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How to Succeed as a Global Innovation Hub

How to Succeed as a Global Innovation Hub

By • on February 13, 2018

The Straits Times website reported that a fundamental change taking place in Japan has been to promote greater collaboration among universities, institutes and private companies, both within and beyond its shores, to embrace open innovation. In the last decade, the Agency for Science, Technology and

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Open Science and Open Innovation

Open Science and Open Innovation

By • on October 20, 2017

The SSRN website posted an abstract of a book by Joel West and Markus Perkmann: “Open Science and Open Innovation”: “We investigate how firms work with universities in the course of their innovation activities. We provide an overview of three main modes of direct interaction between

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The Collaborative Nature Of Healthcare Innovation

The Collaborative Nature Of Healthcare Innovation

By • on July 10, 2017

The Forbes website noted that in healthcare, technologies as diverse as robotics and the Internet of Things, big data and machine learning are having as big an impact as bioinformatics and biology. Belgian pharmaceutical company UCB is an interesting example of a company attempting to stay on top. Open

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Open Science and Open Innovation

Open Science and Open Innovation

By • on March 6, 2017

The Papers.SSRN website posted a study by Markus Perkmann and Joel West which investigated how firms work with universities in the course of their innovation activities. The study gave an overview of three main modes of direct interaction between firms and universities: IP licensing, research services

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