Our workshop with panellists Professor Muthu De Silva, Professor Ana Colovic and Dr Annalisa Caloffi explored how the pandemic has shaped the future of co-creation and crowdsourcing.
To celebrate Fumi joining us, we have asked her a few questions about her research interests, impact, plans for the future, including her engagement with CIMR.
Our project ‘CIMR Debates in Public Policy’ was ‘Highly Commended’ in the Innovation category at Birkbeck’s Public Engagement Award 2022.
Two recent digital articles by CIMR fellow Prof. Ben Laker (Henley Business School), published on Forbes, profile Professor Muthu de Silva’s work.
The EU-funded THEI2.0 project comparatively analysed the user experiences of two tools designed to support the entrepreneurial university. Prof Colette Henry describes the key takeaways.
In this session, CIMR showcases its impactful research on innovation and regional inequality.
The positive and negative impacts of compliance with regulations and quality standards in the food industry were explored in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy.
Colleagues from academia, business and policy joined the CIMR to share insights into the future of innovation.
This new book, edited by Beldina Owalla, Tim Vorley and Helen Lawton Smith, breaks new ground in its central focus on the experiences of women innovators in different geographic and institutional contexts in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America
Two studies conducted by CIMR researchers on regional inequalities in support for entrepreneurs with disabilities and from ethnically diverse backgrounds have helped to aid understanding of the importance of context for entrepreneurial support for both groups.