The ability to understand and give
Science and impact
What if it were your own money?
Knowledge should reach everybody
Giving back to society
Nobody is a master of everything
Surely a startup should boost your standing?
A mandate from society
A matter of course, use and people
Last month, EZK, TNO and RaboResearch released publications on the Dutch technology and investment climate.
Liduina Hammer is fund engineer at Polestar Capital. Before then, she was head of investment at InnovationQuarter. We asked her what catches her eye about the Science to Impact climate in the Netherlands.
The State of European Tech 2023 is out. The report contains interesting insights on the deep tech climate of the Netherlands and the rest of Europe in 2023.
From now on, all knowledge institutions in the Netherlands can use transparent principles for the transfer of intellectual property to academic spin-offs.
This report by the UK Policy Evidence Unit for University Commercialisation and Innovation sets out in detail the reality of current UK university approaches to taking equity in spinouts.
Jointly, the 4 TUs asked British consultancy firm Biggar Economics to research their economic impact, as part of 4TU's overall societal impact. The quantitative economic impact outcomes are quantified in terms of gross value added and jobs.
About Science to Impact
Genuine knowledge impact occurs in networks on the basis of shared missions and a far-reaching integration of research and entrepreneurship. Creating an optimum Dutch environment for this requires action from all parties in the knowledge arena, and a focus on several related priorities. Become part of this movement and connect your own initiative.