In this paper, the authors identify different profiles of engagement in knowledge transfer (KT)of public research organisations (PROs), and discuss why they are linked to PROs’ specialisation in different fields of knowledge.
This book aims to develop a conceptual framework to evaluate knowledge transfer practices and outcomes, improve knowledge transfer metrics, surveys and evaluation frameworks, generate findings on what does and does not work, and propose related policy lessons.
Vaccines to combat the threat of Covid-19 have been developed at an amazing speed – in under a year. And while the first vaccines to be approved came from the private sector using new mRNA technologies, the unsung heroes of the COVD-19 vaccine effort have been the publicly funded national universities and laboratories.
Knowledge transfer is a term used to encompass a broad range of activities to support mutually beneficial collaborations between universities, businesses … More
In January 2017, the UK Government released a green paper outlining a new industrial strategy that aimed to address the … More