While around the world many are looking for technological, man-made solutions to address the climate crises, the answer is just in front of us. And (spoiler) it is not technogical. At most, one can say that it involves different forms of non-technological innovations: social, institutional and financial. And we all have a role to play. … Continue reading On the importance of nature-based solutions for the climate crises…and what we can do to help
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has recently launched their 2019 annual report which this year is devoted to the geography of innovation. Combining patent and bibliography data globally, the report provides wonderful maps visualizing global innovation networks worldwide. And, at the same time, zooms in into particular industries to understand the geography of their … Continue reading Visualizing the geography of innovation globally
The website "coffee break with researchers" was launched yesterday! It is a great initiative led by Markus Grillitsch to make knowledge on regional development and innovation accessible to all. Through short 5-minute videos, researchers talk about some of their most landmark papers in an interview format. So, if you do not have time to go … Continue reading Making knowledge on regional development and innovation accessible to all: The website coffee break with researchers is up and running!