Education, Skills and Learning

3 ways to nurture collaboration between universities and industry

Collaboration between academia and industry partners have produced everything from a melanoma treatment to electric vehicles. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

David Gann

Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Development and External Affairs, University of Oxford

Fulvia Montresor

Head of Technology Pioneers, World Economic Forum Geneva

Jaci Eisenberg

Head of Knowledge Communities, Global Programming, World Economic Forum

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