- The partnership of KNOW-HUB welcomes you to its knowlegde base.
KNOW-HUB bridges the gap of shortage of knowledge, skills and experience of European regions in designing and implementing smart and effective strategies for innovation. The practitioners from 10 EU regions will collaborate in reviewing their policies and practices to identify issues for improvement and good practices to share with others. They will learn together how to apply the knowledge and experience identified in the peer review process, and sharing this knowledge with the aid of modern knowledge management tools.
The European Commission in collaboration with EASME is organising an info-day on the open call for proposais on "Capitalising the full potential of on-fine collaboration". The call is launched under the H2020 - lnnosup -2014-2015 programme (lndustrial leadership pillar) and aims at facilitating the identification of suitable partners for innovation activities with the use of on-line support services.
Investment Offensive for Europe: EU Task Force identifies 2,000 potential projects worth €1.3 trillion.
It is a compact work programme, focused on the key 23 things to do in 2015.
To conceptualize the process of "management of..." information, data, knowledge, creativity and innovation is important since it provides a solid basis for appropriate decision making process.
Biotechnology is among today's most innovative technologies and is a significant driver of economic growth within the bioeconomy. We are now able to produce bio-based products in more eco-efficient and sustainable ways. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) working in the biotechnology field, which are behind much of the innovation and job creation taking place in Europe, are among those harvesting the potential of the bioeconomy. The EU report "SMEs' Participation in FP7 projects in the Biotechnologies Activity" provides a comprehensive overview of the measures taken by the European Commission to encourage SME participation in EU-funded projects within the FP7 activity 'Biotechnologies', and of the opportunities that SMEs found. It updates knowledge on SMEs' profiles, share of funding received, their added value for projects, business benefits, etc.
For the 10th year, PwC's Strategy& analyzed R&D investment at the 1,000 biggest-spending public companies in the world. In addition to undertaking their recurring analysis of R&D spending trends, they interviewed and surveyed more than 500 R&D executives and innovation leaders to get their perspectives on changes in innovation at their companies over the last decade and what they expect in the 10 years to come.
The French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) shows that there is a correlation between export and innovation and regional ecosystems.
The PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, together with the S3 Platform of the Joint Research Centre's Institute of Prospective Technology Studies have created a powerful tool for analyzing a region’s competitive position and its position in global economic networks using a visualization of actual regional data.