Well done to the Entrepreneurship Education team, comprising many CIMR members, for winning this award
With great sadness at the news of his passing, we remember our valued friend and CIMR colleague prof Loet Leydesdorff
At the School of Business, Economics and Informatics, we celebrated International Women’s Day 2023 by hosting a roundtable webinar on this year’s theme, Embracing Equity.
On Wednesday 22 February 2023 we held a CIMR Debate to discuss ways to align innovation and regulation. The debate featured practitioners and academics in the field.
Claudio Fassio and Ioana Igna analyse the employment choices of foreign graduates, as compared to those of native graduates, in the Swedish economy. Where do international students end up working, after graduation?
Congratulations to CIMR Visiting Fellow Dr Fumi Kitagawa, who has been recruited as Professor at City-REDI, University of Birmingham.
In a study recently published in Journal of World Business, Claudio Fassio, Aldo Geuna and Federica Rossi examine the role of personal and organizational factors as drivers of international collaborations between firms and universities.
As we release our 2022 CIMR Annual Report and look back at the past year activities, it is fantastic to see how much we have achieved, and we can definitely say it was another successful year for us here CIMR.
Innovation is a driver of economic growth and with the UK life sciences sector creating high value jobs, it’s an industry for which a strong infrastructure should be in place. Emma Palmer Foster discusses the recent CIMR Debate on ‘The effectiveness of government initiatives to stimulate the Life Science sector’.
This CIMR Debate in Public Policy was stimulated by the publication of Ron Smith’s book on defence acquisition and procurement. Our panel was comprised of experts from across the defence landscape – from the MoD, academia, industry and the Royal Miliary College of Science. As the debate demonstrated, the topic is controversial and provokes argument.