Innovation Barometer 2012

Innovation Barometer 2012

Crisis and paradox   GE France commented on the results of the second annual GE Innovation Barometer a while ago. The results bear witness to the damaging impact of the economic crisis on the ability of businesses to engage in innovation. Managers who responded to the...
Innovation in France : the View from Austria

Innovation in France : the View from Austria

The outside view on efforts undertaken to enhance the French innovation system is refreshingly severe: the new organization introduced by reforms conceals the unshakable hold of the old system, as well as the low appetite of France for globalization. Having eliminated the analytical room usually provided for wishful thinking, such a non-accommodating message invites us to renew from the ground up the way we view innovation and the economic and social changes it is a part of. First post of a series.

Open science

Open science

Michael Nielsen, we already spoke about in this blog, recently gave a very interesting talk at TEDx on “Open Science”. Why social network for researchers or scientists do not work and why this is a shame. Open Science (by Michael Nielsen at TEDx) Original...
A Guide to Open Innovation & Crowdsourcing

A Guide to Open Innovation & Crowdsourcing

We are pleased to announce the release of the book on Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing that we have co-authored. The new book, called A Guide to Open Innovation & Crowdsourcing, edited by Paul Sloane was launched this week. Paul Sloane manage to pull together...
X-Search, worldwide expert search engine

X-Search, worldwide expert search engine

On the 18th of January 2011, PRESANS introduces X-Search (x-search.presans.com), worldwide expert search engine. (1) X-Search crawls tens of millions of scientific sources (scientific literature, patents, research center websites etc.). (2) X-Search indexes and...
Page 2 of 41234