TIPC

TIPC at the Eu-SPRI Conference: An Event Recap

From June 5th – 7th, the European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation (Eu-SPRI) hosted their annual conference at the University of Twente in Enschede, the Netherlands. This three-day conference aimed to identify and discuss the explicit...

Recently joined TIPC Associate Members

We are delighted to announce that a number of organisations have recently formally joined TIPC as Associate Members. As can be seen below, each organisation will bring with them their own area of experimentation: National Research Fund of Kenya: research...

NEW PUBLICATIONS: ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE IN KENYA

The East African Medical Journal has published three new articles by the Transformative Innovation Africa Hub (TIAH). These publications examine the critical issue of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Kenya. AMR occurs when microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites are...

Implementation of Transformative Missions with the SENACYT

TIPC and Panama’s National Secretariat of Science, Technology and Innovation (SENACYT) are about to embark on the implementation of four transformative missions within the areas of climate change, food and agriculture, health and logistics. A recent report from the University of...

New Publication: The Virtuous Circle Project in the city of...

In her new (Spanish) publication, Martha Liliana Marín-Montoya analyses the Virtuous Circle Project implemented by the Planning Department of Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira in the city of Pereira, Colombia.  This project seeks to transform the territory and the socio-economic development...

TIAH EXPERIMENTATION WORKSHOP: POLICY EXPERIMENTS APPLYING TIPC METHODS

The Transformative Innovation Policy (TIP) approach has garnered significant attention among policymakers and researchers considering the challenges of operationalising the sustainable development goals (SDGs). At the core of TIP lies the concept of experimentation. On March 1st, the Transformative Innovation Africa...