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How Open Innovation Can Unlock the Door to Success

How Open Innovation Can Unlock the Door to Success

By • on August 1, 2014

The Yorkshire Post reported that Leeds University Business School recently ran a major research project which brought together academics and businesses from across Europe to look at open innovation. The study saw industrial giants including Bayer MaterialScience, Deutsche Telekom, Siemens, Intel and GlaxoSmithKline, reflecting on their use of open innovation.

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Open Innovation Toolkit

Open Innovation Toolkit

By • on July 27, 2014

The Science|Business website reported on an European project which pools public and private-sector efforts to promote innovation in the lighting industry

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How Harvard Uses OI To Solve World-Class Scientific Problems

How Harvard Uses OI To Solve World-Class Scientific Problems

By • on July 29, 2014

The Forbes website reported on Harvard Medical School’s use of open innovation.  Harvard Catalyst’s experiment in open innovation was not only

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GE Launches Ecomagination Challenge to Reduce Greenhouse Emissions

The Wall Street Journal website reported that General Electric has launched  an up to CAD$1million ecomagination open innovation challenge to help accelerate technology development in Canada’s

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UKTI Robotics: The Case for Open Innovation

The ITProPortal website reported on a trip to Silicon Valley following the course of eight UK robotics startups, absorbing the unique atmosphere of the Silicon Valley business ecosystem. The term “melting

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GE’s New In-House Fuel Cell Startup

The Gigaom website reported that General Electric  is using an innovation for manufacturing fuel cell technology as the backbone to launch an independent startup within the conglomerate.  GE thinks

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Leading Through Innovation

The Star Online website reported that Dr. Xiangli Chen, vice president and chief technology officer of the General Electric (GE) Research and Development (R&D) Centre in Shanghai, China commented

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