Innovation Talk session#4 – The Electron: A Journey to Discoveries and Innovation

This EELISA Innovation Talk will look at some key technologies that originated from the discovery of the electron in 1897 and highlight the new opportunities for innovation. The discussion will use specific examples to illustrate the challenges of transforming knowledge acquired in an academic research environment into innovation and ultimately into a profitable business. Speaker:…

EELISA offers two events to delve into gender issues, inclusiveness, and accessibility.

EELISA believes that higher education has a fundamental role in building a more sustainable, fair, and equitable society. For this reason, EELISA aims to promote an accessible and diverse university, where each and every person, regardless of their culture, ethnicity, gender or beliefs, finds their place to study, grow and contribute to the construction of…

EELISA Innovation Talks #3 – A Business Theory of Commodities for R&I Entrepreneurship

Over time, various theories about firms have shaped how companies behave within the market, the fashion of the business ecosystems, the management styles, or organizational cultures. For instance, firms have been perceived as financial and social constructs. In the entrepreneurial world of nonsensical numbers and chaotic competitions, the firm has become a place of processed…

Workshop on Gender Dimension in Research

The aim of the workshop is to introduce researchers, engineers and academic staff to sex and gender analysis as factors that can affect the quality of research results, as well as to explain how and why sex- and gender-related issues can influence research and innovation decisions when setting priorities, designing studies, communicating results. Researchers from…

Innovation Talk session#1: about green technology and social innovation

In this EELISA Innovation Talk event, the panel members will be presenting and discussing novel methods of co-creation in support of the European Green Deal, focusing on the good practices and experiences of professionals working with co-creation-based innovation ecosystems. Panel members: Alice Sheppard (Community Manager at Extreme Citizen Science, University College London), Dr. Peter Kaderjak…

EELISA InnoCORE R&I Symposium – joining efforts to build a change-maker mindset

The I EELISA R&I InnoCORE symposium took place last week on 16 May, together with the first EELISA Research-Based Learning Symposium. Research and innovation experts met at ITU in Istanbul to discuss how to deepen collaboration in research, innovation and entrepreneurship across the Alliance. Participants had the opportunity to get to know better how EELISA…