Video: universities, governments and industries partnering for economic growth

A panel of leading industry, government and university representatives discuss the challenges they face when fostering collaborative research systems

October 3, 2018
World Academic Summit government, industry, university panel

How can universities work with different stakeholders in industries and government agencies to develop a research ecosystem that is sustainable and drives economic growth? What role does open access play and is there such thing as the perfect intellectual property agreement? 

Lily Kong, provost at Singapore Management University chairs this panel discussion addressing these questions with Lily Chan, chief executive officer, NUS Enterprise, National University of Singapore; Bernd Huber, president, LMU Munich; Robert Morris, professor, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, and former head of global laboratories, IBM Research; and Stephen Toope, vice-chancellor, University of Cambridge.

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