Where would you find a combination of sheep farming, aerospace technology, foodie networking and animated science? The re-launched ThincLab provides the opportunity for all of these exciting new start-ups to come together, collaborate and network with other innovative and entrepreneurial individuals. Importantly, the ThincLab program not only provides a creative space but also a suite […]
Throughout history, business families and the skills and capital they bring have been the engine room for entrepreneurial activity and growth of economies around the world. To mark National Family Business Day (19th of September each year), the University of Adelaide, together with Family Business Australia held a seminar, ‘The Value of Family Branding’.
Facilitated by […]
Does technology impacts the brain and decision making? According to The University of Adelaide’s Neural Systems and Complexity Specialist Dr Fiona Kerr, the answer to the question is yes. Technology affects our attention, our social connectivity with other people and our sleep cycles.
We live in a society where all aspects of our lives are driven […]
Experts In: The Digital Revolution
Date: 25 November 2015
Registrations Required: By 23 November 2015 via Eventbrite.
In their 2013 technology report, Accenture argued that ‘‘every business is [now] a digital business”. They suggest that the digital mindset is no longer the realm of the I.T. department but impacts every area of the business including HR, […]
The call for papers for papers for the special issue on Entrepreneurial Ecosystems has been extended. Submissions will be accepted up to the 31st October 2015 for the Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal (Entrepreneurial Ecosystems).
This call for papers seeks empirical, theoretical/conceptual research that explores the key areas that account for ecosystem dynamics that […]
It is with great pleasure that the ECIC launches the ‘South Australia’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Voice of the Customer Research Report’ and ‘Integrating Innovation South Australian Entrepreneurship Systems and Strategies’.
The ‘South Australia’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Voice of the Customer Research Report’ was prepared by Dr Allan O’Connor and Gerard Reed from the ECIC and was launched at […]
The ECIC’s Dr Allan O’Connor has been appointed as a guest editor to a special issue of Small Business Economics Journal which will focus on Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. This line of research complements the recently launched Australian Cluster Observatory to strengthen the ECIC’s research focus on the strategic innovation of place.
A call for papers for this […]
The ThIncTrain program has been expanded and University staff who may wish to explore the commercial potential of their research are invited to apply.
ThIncTrain assists University of Adelaide coursework and PhD students and (a limited number of) staff commercialise their research outcomes through providing a comprehensive and supportive research-commercialisation training and mentoring program.
Applications for the […]
Over the weekend ECIC academic Dr Fiona Kerr appeared on Radio National’s science program Ockhams’ Razor.
The program allows experts to talk uninterrupted for one hour about their topic, which allows for more in-depth coverage of more complex issues.
Fiona’s segment is titled Neurogenesis: a Force for Creativity? and she speaks about neurogenesis being a continual process […]