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Session 1 : Innovation Systems and their Funding (...)

Program

The objective of this first session is to shed light on strategies and initiatives implemented the world over to promote innovation. This latter is a central preoccupation in public policy where it is seen as a building stone for economic and industrial recovery. Speakers will give examples of the legislative, regulatory, financial and other frameworks implemented in the United States (pioneer and leader in biotech), Germany, the United Kingdom (Strategic Investment Fund) and France (...)

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Session 2

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A difference must be made between technological innovation channels, usually the result of long R&D processes, and non-technological innovation channels, i.e., new work methods favoring innovation or new pathways to valorizing products. * A/ Non-technological innovation a/ may refer to the deployment of new organizational schemas by countries, businesses, groups, etc. to optimize productivity, team dynamics, innovative capacity, etc. b/ may be applicable to marketing, design, (...)

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Session 3 : Biomedical innovation

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The biomedical field is a seedbed for technological and therapeutic innovation. Personalized medicine is one of the seven strategic goals of the Innovation 2030 Commission chaired by Anne Lauvergeon. The rapid advancement of sequencing technologies is changing disease management and treatment, a major preoccupation in a world where life expectancies – and healthcare costs – increase steadily year after year. * What new types of therapy (gene, cellular, etc.) are being conceived ? * Can (...)

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Session 4 : Innovation and Regions

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This session will examine through concrete examples the role of regions (States, administrative collectivities, metropolitan areas) in the development of industrial innovation. * What ecosystem models have proven their worth and what were the key factors in their emergence ? * How is it that certain countries saw the worth of creating research and innovation clusters faster than others ? * Why do certain regions have particular fields of specialty ? * Here again, examples will be given (...)

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