Engineering a start-up revolution
The current US model for technology transfer isn’t working. Rather than depending on out-licensing to the highest bidder, universities should support researchers to turn entrepreneur and nurture their own start-ups, says Walter Valdivia
Compromise reached on lowering car CO2 emissions
Resistance at a national level forces MEPs to agree to a delay on limiting emissions and to a controversial scheme that will enable manufacturers to continue to produce polluting cars if they also make low emission vehicles
Science|Business Innovation Board AISBL Annual Report 2012-2013
Could it help European universities innovate?
Perceptions of ACES finalists about the process of science entrepreneurship