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THE COLLABORATIVE
APPROACH AS A KEY FACTOR
TO ATTRACT PRIVATE
INVESTMENTS FOR RESEARCH
& INNOVATION
Paolo Gazzaniga
Milan,...
SUSTAIN
ABILITY
DEVELOP
MENT
RESEARCH
INNO
VATION
INVEST
MENTS
The «Solar System»
SUSTAIN
ABILITY
DEVELOP
MENT
INVEST
MENTS
RESEARCH
INNO
VATION
The «Solar System»
The evolution of the innovation paradigm
Late XIX° XX° XI°
Andy Warhol’s Factory
Thomas Edison’s Invention Factory
David P...
5
Alsace BioValley
Life science cluster, founded 1996. that connects academia and companies of three
countries (France, Ge...
MediconValley Alliance
Cluster, founded in 1997, across two countries (Denmark and Sweden), that counts a
hundred companie...
Broad Institute
Founded in 2004 is essentially an “experiment in a new way of doing science” towards
large-scale scientifi...
MedCity (London) describes the collaboration between the Mayor of
London and the capital's health science centres of three...
TEACHINGS
1. Competition for attracting investments is more
and more a worldwide (not a local) game
2. Organization-based ...
we run the risk to watch
investments, innovation, economic growth
from the other (poor) side of the wall
For each specialty/field:
1. map the excellences
What to do
For each specialty/field:
1. map the excellences
2. set up a network to
group them
What to do
Think about doing that for as many specialties/fields
as possible…
thanks
CONTACTS
Paolo Gazzaniga
paolo.gazzaniga@bocconialumni.it
healthcare@bocconialumni.it
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The collaborative approach as a key factor to attract private investments for research and innovation

  1. 1. THE COLLABORATIVE APPROACH AS A KEY FACTOR TO ATTRACT PRIVATE INVESTMENTS FOR RESEARCH & INNOVATION Paolo Gazzaniga Milan, 2015 October 20
  2. 2. SUSTAIN ABILITY DEVELOP MENT RESEARCH INNO VATION INVEST MENTS The «Solar System»
  3. 3. SUSTAIN ABILITY DEVELOP MENT INVEST MENTS RESEARCH INNO VATION The «Solar System»
  4. 4. The evolution of the innovation paradigm Late XIX° XX° XI° Andy Warhol’s Factory Thomas Edison’s Invention Factory David Packard’s Garage Silicon Valley Alsace BioValley DARPA team that designed and deployed ARPANET (later called INTERNET) Broad Institute PolePharma Medicon Valley Alliance
  5. 5. 5 Alsace BioValley Life science cluster, founded 1996. that connects academia and companies of three countries (France, Germany, Switzerland). The main objective is the greater research cooperation between companies and academia involved in the life science sectors, including pharmacology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, medical technology, chemistry and agricultural biotechnology.
  6. 6. MediconValley Alliance Cluster, founded in 1997, across two countries (Denmark and Sweden), that counts a hundred companies and more than 50 service providers. It is also a gatekeeper zone to a database of 443 companies, 31 hospitals, 10 universities looking for partnering opportunities with biotech, pharmaceutical, and medtech industries.
  7. 7. Broad Institute Founded in 2004 is essentially an “experiment in a new way of doing science” towards large-scale scientific collaborations in genomics and chemical biology among 5 hospitals, MIT, Harvard University.
  8. 8. MedCity (London) describes the collaboration between the Mayor of London and the capital's health science centres of three premier academic institutions Imperial College London, King's College London and University College London. Launched in 2014 to increase collaboration between those science universities and promote the broader “golden triangle” between London, Cambridge and Oxford to investors. Created to augment the UK’s position as a world leader in medical innovation, MedCity is a unique collaboration, aiming to lead the growth of the London, Oxford and Cambridge life sciences region on a global scale. MedCity is funded by King's Health Partners, Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre, UCLPartners and the Mayor of London.
  9. 9. TEACHINGS 1. Competition for attracting investments is more and more a worldwide (not a local) game 2. Organization-based innovation wins on individual innovation 3. Investments are attracted by Innovation Hubs inside which the collaborative approach is the rule
  10. 10. we run the risk to watch investments, innovation, economic growth from the other (poor) side of the wall
  11. 11. For each specialty/field: 1. map the excellences What to do
  12. 12. For each specialty/field: 1. map the excellences 2. set up a network to group them What to do
  13. 13. Think about doing that for as many specialties/fields as possible…
  14. 14. thanks CONTACTS Paolo Gazzaniga paolo.gazzaniga@bocconialumni.it healthcare@bocconialumni.it

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