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Universities, businesses and the role of knowledge networks

Speakers at the launch of the latest issue of the Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, entitled Knowledge, Networks and Innovation, will analyse the innovation process from a variety of perspectives on Thursday 31 July at the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.

Amongst the speakers are Helen Lawton Smith, Reader in Management at Birkbeck College, who will discuss the ‘Oxford Phenomenon’, an area she investigated for a recent article on biomedical spin-out companies, and Mike Heald, Chief Executive of InnovationXchange, who will consider ‘making a reality of open innovation’.

Over the past few years these areas have become a major focus for business researchers, as they seek to understand how centres of expertise, such as universities, affect competition at the regional and international level, how such expertise are transformed into successful products, and how public policy can be adjusted to encourage these efforts.

Findings which will be highlighted at the event include:

• The importance of national and international networks in making use of expertise, rather than a narrow focus on the regional level.

• New models for university-business interactions, such as regional technology transfer offices and fewer barriers to spin-outs founded by academics.

• The advantages of wide diffusion of knowledge, too often overlooked in the search for the latest technological fad.

Places are limited for the launch, which is free, so if you would like to attend please register by sending your details to Samantha Samarawickrama on s.samarawickrama@cmi.cam.ac.uk.

Registration will take place at 11am, followed by talks and a buffet lunch at 12:30. NESTA is located at 1 Plough Place, London EC4A 1DE.