News & Events

TRANSFIERE, 6th European Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation

February, 2017

It is the biggest professional and multisectoral forum of Spanish Innovation, in which participants can:

  • Establish B2B contacts
  • Transfer scientific knowledge and lines of technological research
  • Show their innovative products and services
  • Get to know the technological needs of Public Administration
  • Seek funding for innovative projects

S2S workshop at the IAMOT conference

February, 2017

The objective of IAMOT 2017 is to offer a scope for science, research, and management for discussing the specific effects of digital technologies on different forms of innovation. In the framework of this conference, Science2Society will organize a workshop in order to engage participants from the IAMOT 2017 conference to discuss and share their experiences on open innovation practices with the Science2Society project and beyond.

Potentials and Pitfalls of Open Innovation and Open Science Projects between Industry, Science, and Society

World Innovation Convention

December, 2016

The World Innovation Convention is the most popular and pioneering platform for global innovators who particularly join to collaborate with their industry peers, and proven experts for 3 action packed days. They work in a harmony with a direct mission to learn , share and discover how to make innovation happen faster and better within their organizations. We strive to bring together innovation leaders, research experts, product developers, designers and business leaders across all industries on one stage.

Austria – Open Innovation and beyond

December, 2016

Austria is one of the very first countries in the world to have developed a national Open Innovation Strategy. Already at the phase of elaboration, the Austrian government attached much importance on the promotion of collaboration between industry, science, public administration and society. For having an open participatory process interested parties from a wide range of areas had the possibility to actively participate in shaping this national OI-strategy via workshops and an online-consultation.

Next steps for Open Access and Open Data research policy

November, 2016

Bringing together senior policymakers and stakeholders, this conference will examine progress with the process of opening up access to research outputs, and the further push to apply the same principles to research data.

Delegates will discuss remaining challenges identified in the latest report from the Government’s UK Open Access Co-ordination Group - including how to apply Open Access to monographs, the management of repositories and their future role, and the level of Article Processing Charges, as well as the future of the academic publishing market more widely.