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Bio Clusters Interview :  BioAlps (Switzerland), the most diversified Life Science Cluster in the World

Bio Clusters Interview : BioAlps (Switzerland), the most diversified Life Science Cluster in the World

Founded in 2003, the BioAlps Association is the Life Sciences cluster from Western Switzerland. It is supported by the Cantons of Bern, Fribourg, Vaud, Neuchâtel, Geneva, Valais, Jura and the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs. With a mission of promoting the excellence and performance in MedTech and BioTech developments in this cluster at all levels: regionally, nationally and in the in... »

Risk Management in Biologics Technology Transfer

Risk Management in Biologics Technology Transfer

  Biowebspin, June 27th, 2016 Risk Management in Biologics Technology Transfer by Toso R, Tsang J, Xie J, Hohwald S, Bain D, in PDA J Pharm Sci Technol, 2016 Technology transfer of biological products is a complex process that is important for product commercialization. To achieve a successful technology transfer, the risks that arise from changes throughout the project must be managed. Iterative ... »

PhD funding as a determinant of PhD and career research performance

PhD funding as a determinant of PhD and career research performance

  Biowebspin, June 21th, 2016 PhD funding as a determinant of PhD and career research performance by Hugo Horta, Mattia Cattaneo & Michele Meoli, in Studies in higher education, 2016 This article focuses on the effects of PhD funding on research performance both during the degree and throughout researchers’ careers as measured through publications and citations. This analysis draws from a repr... »

Open Innovation: A New Mechanism For Adoption Of Organizational Innovation Empirical Evidence From Algerian Companies

Open Innovation: A New Mechanism For Adoption Of Organizational Innovation Empirical Evidence From Algerian Companies

  Biowebspin, June 17th, 2016 Open Innovation: A New Mechanism For Adoption Of Organizational Innovation Empirical Evidence From Algerian Companies by Khayra Aichouche, Rafika Bousalem, in International Journal of Innovation, 2016 The aim of this paper is to analyze the relationship between the openness degree of companies and organizational innovation. The openness degree is defined as the use of... »

Towards a framework for understanding transitional green entrepreneurship

Towards a framework for understanding transitional green entrepreneurship

  Biowebspin, June 13th, 2016 Towards a framework for understanding transitional green entrepreneurship by Anne de Bruinab, in Small Enterprise Research, 2016 The serious and complex environmental problems confronting today’s society highlight the urgent need to effect a transition to a greener, ecologically sustainable future. This article presents a multilevel conceptual framework to advance und... »

Clinical Trial Data as Public Goods: Fair Trade and the Virtual Knowledge Bank as a Solution to the Free Rider Problem – A Framework for the Promotion of Innovation by Facilitation of Clinical Trial Data Sharing among Biopharmaceutical Companies in the Era of Omics and Big Data.

Clinical Trial Data as Public Goods: Fair Trade and the Virtual Knowledge Bank as a Solution to the Free Rider Problem – A Framework for the Promotion of Innovation by Facilitation of Clinical Trial Data Sharing among Biopharmaceutical Companies in the Era of Omics and Big Data.

  Biowebspin, June 6th, 2016 Clinical Trial Data as Public Goods: Fair Trade and the Virtual Knowledge Bank as a Solution to the Free Rider Problem - A Framework for the Promotion of Innovation by Facilitation of Clinical Trial Data Sharing among Biopharmaceutical Companies in the Era of Omics and Big Data. by Evangelatos N, Reumann M, Lehrach H, Brand A in Public Health Genomic, 2016 Background: ... »

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Impact of Venture Capital on the Growth of University Spin-Offs

  Biowebspin, June 3rd, 2016 Impact of Venture Capital on the Growth of University Spin-Offs by María Jesús Rodríguez-Gulías, David Rodeiro-Pazos, Sara Fernández-López, in Multiple Helix Ecosystems for Sustainable Competitiveness, 2016 In recent decades, universities, as part of the triple helix, have assumed a role in contributing to economic development by transferring technology to society thro... »

University-led Innovation Initiatives: Lessons from PRAI 2015

University-led Innovation Initiatives: Lessons from PRAI 2015

  Biowebspin, May 30th, 2016 University-led Innovation Initiatives: Lessons from PRAI 2015 by Cara Griffin, Eugenie Birch and Laura Barro in Penn Institue for Urban Research, 2016 The Penn IUR Roundtable on Anchor Institutions (PRAI) is a leadership “think tank” that convenes executive- session meetings of high-level anchor institution leaders to explore innovative strategies in urban development.... »

Innovation Clusters: Advantages and Disadvantages

Innovation Clusters: Advantages and Disadvantages

  Biowebspin, May 20th, 2016 Innovation Clusters: Advantages and Disadvantages by Vladimir V. Mazur, Karine A. Barmuta, Sergey S. Demin, Evgeny A. Tikhomirov, Maxsim A. Bykovskiy in International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2016 The main direction of the current economic development is found in a transition of the most civilized countries to a new stage of creating an innovative soc... »

Collaboration in science and technology organizations of the public sector: A network perspective

Collaboration in science and technology organizations of the public sector: A network perspective

Biowebspin, May 16th, 2016 Collaboration in science and technology organizations of the public sector: A network perspective by Bruna PF Fonseca, Elton Fernandes and Marcus VA Fonseca, in Science and public policy, 2016 Engaging in collaborative networks can be an important facilitator of innovation for public sector science and technology (S&T) organizations. It is also an important component... »

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