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Non-Western Innovation Boom: Biotech in China

Non-Western Innovation Boom: Biotech in China

China invests vast amounts of resources into research programs in order to foster basic research and applied science, in particular concerning the sponsorship of future technologies such as biotech. The budget of research insti...

 
 
Reverse Innovation

Reverse Innovation

Traditionally, innovations found their way from developed to emerging markets in the form of less-sophisticated products at lower prices. The numbers of examples that work the other way around are increasing. It is more and mor...

 
 
Less Bias Against Public Transport in Emerging Countries

Less Bias Against Public Transport in Emerging Countries

Increasing public awareness towards sustainable mobility and a broad acceptance for public transportation services in Europe have helped to change the negative perception of it in emerging countries. It is perceived less as the...

 
 
Fab Labs – Fabrication laboratories for everyone

Fab Labs – Fabrication laboratories for everyone

The concept of Fablabs - fabrication laboratories for everybody with flexible manufacturing equipment, consisting of several production tools such as laser cutters, CNC-Machines, 3D-printers, water jet cutters and injection mol...

 
 
Disruptive Innovation from India: The Tata Nano

Disruptive Innovation from India: The Tata Nano

In January 2007 Tata Motors, India´s largest company in the automobile and commercial vehicle sector, launched a four-seater car with a purchasing price of around 1440 Euro. The Tata Nano is now the world’s cheapest car. Aut...

 
 
Innovation Culture of the Tata Group

Innovation Culture of the Tata Group

Tata Consultancy Services, a firm belonging to India´s Group, makes internal innovation corporate culture top priority. Several strategies have been implemented in order to build a culture of innovation and stimulate employees...

 
 
 
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