Webinar on the Role of Universities in Regional Innovation,  25th February 2021, 11:00 – 13:00 CET (10:00 – 12:00 GMT)


This webinar presents the main results of  a 4 year Marie Curie network involving 14 PhD students across seven countries.

Participation is free but registration is required at the site below


The project is now ending and the network invites you to a two hour webinar with a mix of presentations and facilitated discussions, to learn about the results of the project and their implications for innovation, regional development and higher education policy.

The network focuses on how universities can contribute to innovation, regional development and policy through four main themes:

People and networks: How do universities attract talent to their regions and develop networks between academics and regional industries?

Policies and interventions: How do universities collaborate with regional authorities to develop regional innovation policy?

Places and territories: How do the role of universities vary across different regional contexts and different scales of interaction?

Practices and governance: How are universities changing their practices in order to further their roles in innovation and regional development?

For more information about the project, please visit its website: runinproject.eu


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