paul jansen's scientific contributions

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Book
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In February 2021, IADP published a new book on innovation areas to mark the fifth anniversary of IADP. Em. prof. dr. Jacques van Dinteren and Paul Jansen MSc provided the texts. In seven chapters the reader gets a good insight into the latest developments in science parks and innovation districts. Contents: - Facilitating knowledge development - Su...
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Innovation districts are urban areas with networks of knowledge-producing organisations such as universities, research bodies, teaching hospitals, cultural institutions, and knowledge-intensive businesses. Innovation districts are becoming the locations of choice for spin-out, start-up, and scale-up science and technology driven firms, as well as f...
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During the fourth industrial revolution there could be competition between science parks and innovation districts. The latter seems to be a better answer to changing demand by innovative companies and knowledge workers. However, the science park concept is not static. We think the science park has its own position amidst industrial innovation campu...
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In this paper, we focus on the role of universities in innovation districts. Regarding the growing interest in innovation districts, the question arises if an innovation district can do without a university. Or, the other way round, can a university campus be a good starting point for an innovation district? Can an innovation district be successful...
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Moderne economieën worden gedragen door kennisontwikkeling en innovatie. Ken-nis is zo belangrijk, dat zij leidt tot wereldomspannende netwerken. Toch blij nabij-heid van belang. Dat hee geleid tot concentratiepunten: scienceparken, industriële co-innovatie parken en innovatiedistricten (tezamen: 'innovation areas'). Die komen echter alleen tot sta...

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