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Address to the Swedish Incubator and Sciences Parks Network, 10 Nov 2008

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  • Good afternoon The title of my talk is “Science In Place: Designing Spaces for Open, Networked Innovation” I chose this title because there is a lot of talk about innovation going on around the world right now – because of the energy challenges, because of the global economy But there has not been much discussion about how we can build places that enable this much-needed innovation   We need to remind Policymakers scientists and engineers and innovation managers about the important role that places plays in collaborative innovation.

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  • Science In Place Designing Spaces for Open, Networked Innovation Dr. Anthony M. Townsend Research Director Institute for the Future Address to Swedish Incubators and Science Parks (SiSP) Annual Meeting Ideon Science Park, Lund, Sweden November 10, 2008
  • Science Parks: A Successful Model Stanford Industrial Park under construction in 1960 Sophia Antipolis today Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
  • Responding to Structural Change: Incubators Source: World Bank infoDev program
  • The Next Decade and Beyond: Disruptive Forces Open science Ubiquitous computing The rise of biology Changing intellectual property regimes Emerging economies moving up value chain Transdisciplinarity New financial instruments Offshore R&D
  • FORECASTING AT THE INSTITUTE FOR THE FUTURE
  • Institute for the Future
    • Independent research organization, based in Silicon Valley
    • Founded in 1968 by:
      • Olaf Helmer, inventor of Delphi method
      • Paul Baran, packet switching
      • Jacques Vallee, first conferencing system on ARPANET
    • Celebrating 40 years!
  • Institute for the Future: Core Research Programs 10 Year Forecast Technology Horizons Health Horizons
  • Methodology
    • Expert workshops
    • Ethnography/immersion
    • Artifacts from the future
    • Doing it
  • Forecast Horizon: From 5-50 Years
  • Look Back Twice as Far As You Look Forward
  • SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARKS: THE NEXT DECADE AND BEYOND
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  • External Forces Shaping the Future for Science Parks and Incubators
    • The century of biology
    • Lightweight innovation
    • R&D goes global
    • Science returns to the City
  • The Century of Biology From the science of energy and matter to the science of life
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  • LIGHTWEIGHT INNOVATION FROM CLOSED LABS TO OPEN NETWORKS
  • Lightweight Innovation: New science communities
  • The Innovation Crisis
  • LIGHTWEIGHT INNOVATION: From Closed to Networked R&D
    • From…
    • Internal
    • Centralized
    • Corporate Labs
    • To…
    • Venture funds & start-ups
    • Knowledge spot markets
    • Contract labs
    • IP shops
    • Consumer co-creation
    • & more…
  • Open Innovation Leaders: P&G
  • Lightweight Innovation: democratized and distributed
    • Democratized forms
    • Amateur renaissance
    • DIY movement - open source for hardware
    • Distributed tools
    • Cloud supercomputing
    • Desktop fabrication
    • Backyard biology
  • R&D GOES GLOBAL FROM SCIENCE POWERS TO SCIENCE STARS
  • R&D Goes Global Rise of China and India
    • “ A 2006 survey of 186 of the world's biggest corporations found that 77% of new R&D centers over the next three years will go up in one of these two emerging economic superpowers.”
    • BusinessWeek 10 May 2006
  • R&D Goes Global What Attracts Global Companies to China?
    • Localizing R&D (47%)
      • Close to emerging markets
      • Close to manufacturing
    • Lower costs (36%)
    • Positioning for Future Innovation
      • From “brain drain” to “brain circulation”
  • growth of new scientific powers Valencia Science Center, Spain Hong Kong Science Center
  • R&D Goes Global: Specialization at Snowpolis
  • SCIENCE RETURNS TO THE CITY
  • SCIENCE RETURNS TO THE CITY: Driving Forces
    • Better access to “creative class” talent
    • New real estate development models
    • Mixing and adjacencies to for partnerships and innovation
    • Biomedical is clinical
  • SCIENCE RETURNS TO THE CITY: New places for R&D Biopolis | JTC University Park @ MIT | Forest City Genentech Hall | UCSF East River Science Park | Alexandria
  • Science Returns to the City: Smart Environments for Social Collaboration
  • FROM INCUBAT ORS TO INCUBAT ION
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  • Future Spaces: Betaworks
  • Future Signals: Kitchen Budapest
  • Future Spaces: La Cantine
  • Future Signals: Phase Z.Ro
  • Future Spaces: MIT’s Stata Center
  • Lessons From Future Spaces
    • Need for rapid prototyping
    • Places for experimentation
    • Blurring boundaries between business and non-business functions
      • Mix uses not just on site, but in labs
    • Temporary isn’t bad
    • Rethink universities and university partnerships
  • SCIENCE IN PLACE New Research program of the institute for the future
  • NEW IFTF RESEARCH PROGRAM in 2009 Science In Place: Designing Spaces for Networked Innovation http://www.iftf.org/innovation
  • Future of Science Parks Map http://zuiprezi.com/prezi/740/view/
  • What Does This Mean for Science Parks and Incubators in Sweden?
    • Some questions to consider:
    • How are you positioned relative to long-term growth opportunities?
    • How do you provide a space for online, virtual and temporary communities?
    • What is unique about your local business environment or talent cluster that can’t be re-created elsewhere?
    • How can you extend your model to the broader incuba tion process?