The report “The age of exponential technological changes” contains the results of the study the Innovation and Technology Community and has been presented during the eight edition of Technology Forum (May 30, 2019)
The eighth Technology Forum has been held in
Milan, at MIND Milano Innovation District (Cascina Triulza –
Via Cristina Belgioioso, 171), Milan, on May 30, 2019.
The report “The New Frontiers of Innovation” contains the results of the study the Innovation and Technology Community and has been presented during the seventh edition of Technology Forum (Friday, May 25, 2018 – Milan, Unicredit Pavillon).
The Technology Forum is designed to provide stimuli to re-launch economic growth and innovation in Italy. It is the key event in the dialogue among a specific community within the InnoTech Hub of The European House-Ambrosetti, that brings together top leaders belonging to the four key players of successful innovations: Research, Business, Finance and Institutions.
Scientific research is our most valuable tool to produce new knowledge and thus, we must ensure that it is given the right amount of funding to protect and enhance the development and well-being of our societies.
The third meeting of the Life Sciences Technology Forum 2017 focused on the issue of governance within the context of life sciences research, and highlighted the importance of defining on a system-wide level new strategies and a perspective that is clear-cut and shared as a way of providing guidance to ecosystem players.
In recent years, expectations about the potential to draw economic advantage from research activity have intensified, thus opening the debate between local areas involved in creating conditions that “enable” the development of innovation and research, as well as highlighting examples of excellence on an international level.
The heart of European innovation is not London, Berlin or Paris. It is a small city in Flanders: Leuven. This is the conclusion reached by the annual ranking prepared by Reuters of the most innovative universities in Europe, a list which identifies and classifies the best institutes—those truly capable of influencing the global economy.
The aim of this study is to estimate the socio-economic impact on the local area of the construction of the Human Technopole, the transfer of the University of Milan and the transfer/expansion of an IRCCS (Institute for Treatment and Research) hospital complex in the areas which in 2015 were the site of the Universal Exposition.