Open Innovation experts will gather in Cambridge on February 13 2019 for the Future of Open Innovation Practices Day.
Hosted by Science2Society, this full day of interactive workshops and talks will showcase tangible mechanisms for facilitating stakeholder interaction to ensure science’s impact on society and the markets.
Expect valuable insights from both Academia and Industry, with keynote speeches from Dr John C Taylor, Professor of Innovation at the University of Cambridge and Head of the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), Dr. Tim Minshall, and RICARDO's Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Neville Jackson.
You can also sign up to one of the parallel workshops, covering topics such as roadmapping for strategic planning and stakeholder journey analysis to improve the creation of university spin-offs.
The event is the culmination of EC funded project Science2Society, researching the future of interaction between universities, industries and broader society as a whole.
Science2Society is one of very few projects that explore the future of innovation ecosystem interaction mechanisms, particularly borrowing best practices from Internet 2.0 and 3.0 platforms and communities.
The consortium is excited to share their key findings and recommendations with attendees, to support the ongoing innovation learning process.
To register and for more information, visit the event website.