This study explores the collaboration between African universities, African research institutions, and non-African institutions to strengthen and expand doctoral training in Africa.
This study examines bi-regional partnerships between sub-Saharan Africa and the European Union through a case study on the Africa-EU ProIntensAfrica Initiative.
This study examines health innovation in Ghana, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda.
This study examines innovation landscapes in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly the role of key intermediaries.
This report explores the differences between traditional and invention-based entrepreneurs as well as the ecosystems and resources necessary for the latter to succeed in improving the lives of people around the world through tangible inventions.
This report offers practical lessons and insights for accelerator program managers and funders.
The following study examined the relationships between industry and African universities. The analysis revealed the factors that facilitate or inhibit stronger university-industry partnerships, including cultural divides, economic crisis, and social policy.
National Innovation Systems can be characterized as the network of public and private sectors whose interactions create and diffuse new technologies. The following resource provides an array of benchmarks and statistics to gauge this network's progress and trajectory.
The following study examined the relationships between industry and Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to determine what structures, policies, positions, and funding are currently present - or lacking - and what best practices HEI's can follow.
This report assesses the societal impact of the inventions awarded by the Lemelson-Massachusetts Institute of Technology program and examines the benefits of supporting invention and innovation.