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The TIPC five-year programme kicks off this week! The core transformative programme, new website and blogs are now live.
In honour of Sustainable Development Goal 17,
Partnership for the Goals,
TIPC officially commences its global strategic partnership on transformative innovation this week from 17 May 2018. The TIPC central aim is to build an international network dedicated to transformative change as embodied in the SDGs.
#InnovationForTransformation #STIforSDGs #KickOff
Explore our new blog series:
A Focus on the TIPC Programme:
Policy Experimentation and TIP
Science, Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals:
Transform Innovation Policy, Transform our World?
Spotlight on Industrial Strategy & TIP:
A look at the assumptions about innovation behind the UKIS's aim to be 'the world's most innovative economy'
Transformative Innovations, Technologies and Trends:
Shining a transformative light on the World Economic Forum's Industry 4.0
Guide to Deep Transitions
A FOCUS ON THE TIPC PROGRAMME:
POLICY EXPERIMENTATION: DECISION, DESIGN & EVOLUTIONARY ATTITUDES
STI FOR THE SDGS:
TRANSFORM INNOVATION POLICY, TRANSFORM OUR WORLD?
TIPC's core programme has four key components: research & knowledge co-production, policy experimentation, training, and evaluation. In this quarter, Researcher, Jonas Torrens explores policy experimentation, in particular the attitudes that have been historically prevalent in mainstream dialogue on policymaking, and how a new perspective from the study of sustainability transitions could yield fresh insights for TIPC members...
We examine how Transformative Innovation Policy (TIP) intersects with the UN Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable development Goals. What is the role of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in reaching the SDGs? STI is embedded in Goal 9, however, the United Nations’ emphasis and narrative is on STI being front and centre in the delivery of the remaining Goals. A TIP foundation for STI must be built to guide countries along new alternative paths of development...
TRANSFORMATIVE INNOVATIONS, TECHNOLOGIES AND TRENDS:
THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
SPOTLIGHTS ON INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY & TIP
TRANSFORMING IDEAS ABOUT INNOVATION IS THE FIRST CHALLENGE
Here we explore emerging trends, themes and technologies that are, or have the potential to be, truly transformative. Each quarter we will discuss an idea, theory, or technology and examine its implications for Transformative Innovation Policy. In this quarter, Prof. Ed Steinmeuller asks whether the World Economic Forum's vision of the 4th Industrial Revolution is transformative in nature, and reflects on its prospects for transformative change.
This blog series pulls up and examines the foundations of the UK Industrial Strategy (UKIS). There are five ‘foundations of productivity’. In each Digital Digest edition we’ll take a look at Industrial Strategy: the language used, the assumptions made and theories favoured to question whether an alternative vantage points may serve us better? We discuss the designated UKIS Challenges set in the name of growth. Up first then, rather conventionally, is Foundation No.1.
OTHER LATEST NEWS
China holds workshop on Transformative Innovation Policy
Panama embarks on exploratory phase
Mexico chooses Transformative Innovation Policy case-study
TIPC pilot year position papers to be published in 2018
SPRU training course "Innovation Policy in a Changing Global Context" June 18-22
2018 TIPC conference on Thursday 4th October 2018
DIG DEEPER INTO THEORY
TIPC is rooted in academic theoretical frameworks. Each quarter, we will break down a theory that has informed our work in our simple and informative "Guide To'".
GUIDE TO: DEEP TRANSITIONS
How does society change over time? What was the First Deep Transition, and what is the Second Deep Transition? How does it differ from the Second Deep Transition? All these questions and more are answered in our Guide to Deep Transitions.
THE TIPC NETWORK of MEMBERS & ASSOCIATES
The South African National Research Foundation
Colombian Administrative Department of Science,Technology & Innovation – Colciencias
Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems – VINN
National Council of Science and Technology of Mexico - CONACYT
Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex
Research Council of Norway
Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development
National Council of Science and Technology of Panama - SENACYT
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