Dr Gaby Slavcheva and Dr Mirella Koleva are not your average mother and daughter. Both holding PhDs in science, the pair moved away from academia to found Quantopticon, a company which aims to rapidly speed up the development of quantum components to bring this exciting new technology to market.
Academics, practitioners and policymakers came together for an online discussion that shared insights into the research on inclusive innovation.
Our latest policy debate explored the emergence of quantum technology in London and Washington and asked what policy measures need to be put in place to allow this emerging technology to flourish.
On Monday 29 October, the Centre for Innovation Management Research (CIMR) hosted a research workshop in collaboration with Wiley, publishers … More
How can refugees engage in entrepreneurship, and accordingly, contribute to innovation and economic development in different host countries?
The aim of this research is to demonstrate how refugees can transfer their skills, abilities and motivations into business and to examine the factors affecting their entrepreneurial activities.
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.