Industry and IoT collaboration will have economic dividend

Posted in Research on July 2nd, 2014 by steve

“Institutes of Technology Ireland (IOTI), in partnership with Ibec, today launched a new R&D and innovation strategy and set out 33 examples of how their work with industry and other external partners is generating growth and jobs, and making a major contribution to economic recovery …” (more)

[IBEC, 2 July]

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Industry-academic interactions

Posted in Research on October 9th, 2010 by steve

“Here’s a disturbing story from the UK (reg req): ‘IS INDUSTRY WALKING AWAY FROM ACADEMIA? Recession-hit companies scale back university liaison offices …'” (more)

[Shane O’Mara, Irishscience, 8 October]


Industry Collaboration and Academic Research

Posted in Research on June 4th, 2009 by steve

UK“Researchers benefit from a reasonable level of collaboration with industry, not only bringing economic benefit to their institutions, but also increased publication levels. That’s according to findings presented by City University London economists at the Royal Economic Society conference in May. Cornelia Meissner outlined how she and her colleagues analysed the publications, research funds and patents of researchers in the engineering departments of Imperial College London and City University London between 1985 and 2006 …” (more)

[Aoife Geraghty, Read Around Research, 3 June]

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