On April 28th, Alberto presented the Chongqing project during the TEDxSantAnna in Pisa. The Sino Italian Innovation Base Camp in Chongqing from Alberto MininRead More
During 2014 I took part to the works of the High Level Group on Innovation Policy Management. This group of experts from Academia, Industry and Government worked on the definition of a set of recommendations for the European Innovation Ecosystem. The group met three times, in Dublin, in Amsterdam and in Rome, and it is due to produce the final report in the course of the month of August to the Italian Presidency of the European Council.
Italian public universities should emphasize the need to accompany researchers to the market, rather than to focus on the interfaces to transfer technology, through patents…
Tomorrow (Sunday April 6th) I will be starting my new blog on the Sole24Ore Nova website.
The blog is titled #Fuoriclasse (Outliers) and it is going to be dedicated to portrait stories of exceptional individuals who managed to do great things through their work. It will give me an opportunity to discuss about innovation, science & technology policy, and other topics I find interesting.
The first entry on my blog is going to be an interview with the EU Commissioner Maire Geoghegan-Quinn.
The presentation I shared today with the audience of Calabria Innova, can be found here.
The platform Talent Italy www.talentitaly.it is online.
The first challenge prize is focused on Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs). To the best course developed by a researcher, teacher, start-up 100K EUR.
On December the 12th I travelled to Ireland to attend the first meeting of the second round of the High Level Group on Innovation…
Just coming home from the official trip of Minister Maria Chiara Carrozza to China. We traveled to Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai, meeting a vibrant community of Italians, doing business, cultivating arts, studying and researching in this country. I was impressed by their enthusiasm and positive attitude towards future perspectives. During talks with high level officials of the Chinese Government, research centers and universities we emphasized the priority to increase scientific collaborations between China and Italy.
This is the presentation (in Italian) that Andrea Paraboschi (SSSA) and I shared with the Green City Energy conference in Pisa. We illustrated the main guidelines of Minister Maria Chiara Carrozza’s agenda.
We discussed about the need to be focused, to be inclusive and to challenge Italian’s creativity and talent.