The new special issue of Triple Helix 9 (2022) is a response to the Leydesdorff and Lawton Smith (2022) paper published in Triple Helix Triple, Quadruple, and Higher Order Helices: Historical Phenomena and (Neo-) evolutionary Models.
Professor Loet Leydesdorff discussed a new methodology for measuring interdisciplinarity and synergy and its application in this Debate in Public Policy.
On June 2nd 2017, a delegation from the Education Department of Henan Province (PRC) visited the Centre for Innovation Management … More
“Most global University rankling systems privilege publication activity, with the effect of driving out other academic contributions to the economy and society.”
This blog was contributed by Helen Lawton Smith, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Director, Centre for Innovation Management Research, Department of Management, … More
Abstract submission now extended to March 7th. The CIMR is proud to announce that the 2013 Triple Helix conference will … More
All you need to know about intellectual property in one day! Friday April 19, 2013, 10am-4pm, Rooms MAL 153, B02 … More
On the 23-24 October 2011, the Centre for Innovation Management Research held a workshop on the Commercialisation of University Research. … More