Friday, 23 June 2017 Council Room, Birkbeck’s Main Building, Malet Street Following the seminal work by Cohen and Levinthal the…
Policy requirements on the composition of innovation networks should be used sparingly, as they can be counterproductive to fostering network effectiveness, as well as learning and experimentation.
The details of our recent event at Birkbeck on 23rd February 2017: CIMR: Innovation Investment and Economic Recovery Workshop
“Most global University rankling systems privilege publication activity, with the effect of driving out other academic contributions to the economy and society.”
Raising finance is critical for small firms and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to survive, innovate and grow. Innovation is typically underfinanced.
A report from a workshop bringing together those from the north of England, suggested to be comparatively disadvantaged economically, and those from the prosperous south who design and analyse the policy-making process.
What should a successful Knowledge Exchange strategy look like within Higher Education Institutions?
In a world changing as rapidly as ours, attention must turn to the historic driver of change: innovation.
How can academic research generate impact? What support structures are in place to promote and support impact? And how can impact be measured?