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Protecting innovation through design: traps, cloaks and sabotage
Lawyers and patents don’t always offer the protection innovators expect. Dr Dmitry Sharapov explores the ways individuals and companies can protect their ideas through the designs themselves
The dark side of startups: when "fake it till you make it" goes wrong
Does startup culture make these ventures more vulnerable to misconduct and fraud? Dr Tim Weiss asks whether more oversight may be required
What can entrepreneurs teach us about surviving a crisis?
For the entrepreneurial world, coronavirus (COVID-19) has been a baptism of fire. Some businesses have galvanised during the pandemic and some have sunk, and we want to know why
A conversation on design, data and business innovation
Dr Ileana Stigliani speaks with Chris Downs and Marei Wollersberger, founders of design studio Normally, about the importance of leveraging data to create rapid and impactful change.
How academic entrepreneurship drives advances in science
Getting involved in the commercialisation of research helps academics focus on “real world” problems
Increasing support for clean innovation: a win-win-win strategy?
A sustainable growth strategy can achieve net zero emissions, improve productivity and contribute to levelling up
Why early-stage innovation will be a victim of the coronavirus recession
Early-stage innovation skills, ideas and thinking will be hit by the coronavirus recession. Here’s why
Coronavirus: Why coaching is essential for businesses and professionals right now
The COVID-19 pandemic has left a lot of us reevaluating our professional lives. A great skills, ideas and thinking coach can help you focus on what matters most and help you get ready for what comes next.
The “lean” startup: 3 things young businesses can do to survive coronavirus
Harveen Chugh explores Imperial-backed startups that are demonstrating how to survive the pandemic