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We are already living in the future
Digital technologies have already reshaped the world in which we live and work. This is already our new shared reality.
Connecticut: the least likely innovation hub in the US
Matthew McCooe, Connecticut Innovations, explores why Connecticut is suddenly one of the most desirable locations for tech startups
Why universities will be disrupted in a digital world
Erik Vermeulen looks at how modern-day technologies are re-defining education and the role of universities.
The important difference between features and benefits
Jennie Flint, commercialisation associate at Cambridge Enterprise, considers the difference between the features of a technology and its benefits.
The digital health ecosystem in the US
Last year was remarkable for the growth of digital healthcare with record numbers of funding rounds, M&A activity and mega-size deals.
Research commercialisation - why do it?
Alison Campbell looks at the reasons that drive technology transfer, considering views from the US, the UK and Ireland.
New frontiers in university innovation
Engel explores three new trends of university innovation: the rise of university venture funds, the changing nature of CVC and the push from government funders of university research.
Korea ready to boost spinouts
Students in South Korea have traditionally been quite risk-averse, preferring to work for big enterprises such as Samsung, LG, or Hyundai. However, this seems to have been changing in recent years as many students show a growing interest in startups and entrepreneurship.

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