We are thrilled to announce that it is finally out the short piece co-authored by our CEO Filippo Addarii, with Alan Barrell (Cambridge Learning Gateway Ltd), Alessandro Fazio (European Commission, Joint Research Centre – JRC), Martin Hinoul (KU Leuven R&D), Sheron Shamuilia (European Commission, Joint Research Centre – JRC) and published by IASP- International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation.
Find the study here.
The study gives a comprehensive perspective of why innovation districts are fundamental for the post-pandemic recovery, as live demonstrators of the new living solutions that science and technology can produce. “They not only educate but also engage the public, as testbeds for real citizen participation in the innovation process”.
Indeed, all over the world, the development of vibrant innovation ecosystems has been driven by a combination of “outstanding research, plentiful supply of entrepreneurial talent, availability of finance, technological convergence, local economic conditions, social networks, and – in some cases – supportive public sector involvement.”