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Dead Mouse Model of Innovation This life cycle model represents revenue growth of a product over time. During this journey, an SME must overcome "Death Valley" as well as multiple stages of innovation to survive. Note: LE=Large enterprises, SME=Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. SOURCE: Adaptation of Moore's Dealing with Darwin (2005) by Professor Marc Clement (2007) and author (minor modifications, formatting, labels, etc.). 

Dead Mouse Model of Innovation This life cycle model represents revenue growth of a product over time. During this journey, an SME must overcome "Death Valley" as well as multiple stages of innovation to survive. Note: LE=Large enterprises, SME=Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. SOURCE: Adaptation of Moore's Dealing with Darwin (2005) by Professor Marc Clement (2007) and author (minor modifications, formatting, labels, etc.). 

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This investigation explored the Welsh Life Sciences (LS) sector through a Grounded Theory approach. Semi-structured interviews with senior stakeholders from academia, government, industry, NHS Wales, third sector and professional institutions were conducted. A conceptual framework was developed to help understand the complex interactions within the...