This post provides some background on the forthcoming CIMR webinar examining to what extent gaming technology can provide a catalyst for adult learning, especially in that hard to reach demographic group termed the “NRS cohort” (DofE 2020) i.e. young adults (GenZ) in insecure employment and often hard-to-reach through formal training and education institutions (NESTA 2020).
Our very successful series of online lunchtime seminars is continuing in early 2021 with an exciting programme of events. The events take place on Wednesdays between 1 and 2 pm
Our final CIMR Debate in Public Policy of the Autumn term brought together experts from industry and the government to explore the positive role technology has to play in transforming society.
Our latest Debate in Public Policy webinar brought together academics, practitioners and policymakers to discuss the future of entrepreneurship evaluation.
On Tuesday 3rd November, the CIMR hosted its second alumni event, showcasing the activities of the CIMR to current MSc students.
Our latest Debate in Public Policy explored the impact of welfare reforms on disabled entrepreneurs and the support needed to help them thrive.
Saverio Romeo, Associate Lecturer on Emerging Digital Technologies Innovation and Management at Birkbeck, and Founder, Emerging Technology Observatory, reflects on CIMR’s panel session at the Bloomsbury Festival 2020.
Professor Klaus Nielsen led this Debate in Public Policy, asking whether the USA is right to be worried about China’s rising power as a technological innovator.
Join the Centre for Innovation Management of Research (CIMR) for our event “Making your MSc work for you” on 3 November 2020 at 6 pm
During October, November and December CIMR invites you to participate in our next set of lunchtime one hour on-line debates on topical issues.