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Stanford Triple Helix Conference presentation

Stanford Triple Helix Conference presentation

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Published by Jari Kuusisto
This is an introduction to a Nordic Study on Competence Centres and recent developments in the science industry interface. On going study, more will follw.
This is an introduction to a Nordic Study on Competence Centres and recent developments in the science industry interface. On going study, more will follw.

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Published by: Jari Kuusisto on Jul 15, 2011
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Nordic Competence Centres asHybrid Research Environments
Prof. Jari Kuusisto & Prof. Martin Meyer 
University of Sussex11-14 July 2011Triple Helix IX International ConferenceStanford University,Stanford, California 94305, USA
 
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Introduction
 
Evolving nature of R&D activities
 
Significant changes have taken place over the recent years
 
Important one is evolving interface between science and industry
 
There is also a shift from pure technology development towards product-service based solutions
 
The raise of Open and User Innovation paradigm
 
The scope and nature of innovation activities has become much broader 
 
There are manynew sources of innovation, new actors and objectivesthat R&D management needs to tackle
 
New research and innovation environments are emerging, they aim tomake research more user-relevant and tend to operate in an openinnovation mode
 
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Hybrid research organisations
 
User-driven competence centres can be seen as primeexamples of hybrid research organisations
 
They seek to facilitate needs-driven basic research in what has becomeknown as ‘Pasteur’s quadrant’.
 
Increasingly this type of research is performed in a context that reachesbeyond typical academic or industrial labs, and can best be characterizedas hybrid environments.
 
This research provides insights from a study of Nordicuser-driven competence centres
 
Study was commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers / NICE

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