New article on Low-carbon reorientation in a declining industry
MIOIR Researchers Professor Frank Geels and Dr Julian Gregory conducted a longitudinal analysis of coevolving contexts and company strategies in the UK steel industry.
Towards green and just transitions in city regions
PhD candidate Usman Aziz, Professor Elvira Uyarra and Dr Josephine Mylan, from the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIOIR) and Sustainable Consumption Institute (SCI), studied sustainability policymaking in city-regions.
MIOIR currently hiring a postdoctoral research associate for a new ESRC Project
The MIOIR is currently inviting applications for a full-time Post-doctoral Research Associate position (PDRA) to work on a new ESRC-funded research project.
New Article on One size does not fit all: The plurality of knowledge sources for transition to sustainable farming
Dr Martina Ayoub has published a new article in the Journal of Rural Studies based on a study exploring the relationship between knowledge sourcing and innovation in sustainable farming practices.
Researchers investigate the housing and construction sector’s key role in net-zero challenges
MIOIR Researchers have begun working on an important project ‘Addressing the net-zero and productivity challenges: How could the housing and construction sector play a key role?, funded by The Productivity Institute.
Special Issue on Open Science Policies as an Accelerator for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
Dr Mayra Morales has published a new paper in the Special Issue by Journal of Science Policy & Governance entitled Equitable Research Capacity towards the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case for Open Science Hardware.
MIOIR Researchers launch new report on the Adoption of Digital Technologies and Skills in Greater Manchester
Silvia Massini, Mabel Sanchez-Barrioluengo, Xiaoxiao Yu have published a report exploring the key findings from ADiTS survey, in collaboration with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Upcoming Seminar: Adoption of Digital Technologies and Skills in Greater Manchester
Mabel Sánchez Barrioluengo and Silvia Massini are hosting an online seminar based on the adoption of Digital Technologies and Skills in Greater Manchester, work in collaboration with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Elvira Uyarra's Inaugural Lecture
Professor Elvira Uyarra will explore 'New generation innovation policy and the role of place' at the upcoming AMBS Original Thinking Lecture on Wednesday, 7 December 2022.
Professor Frank Geels among most highly cited researchers
For the fourth year running, MIOIR’s Professor Frank Geels was selected in the Thomson Reuters’ Highly Cited Researchers list in the Social Sciences category.
MIOIR PhD Researchers have been awarded prestigious doctoral studies awards
MIOIR PhD researchers have been awarded prestigious Doctoral Studies Awards from the Research and Development Management Association (RADMA).
European Partnership Stakeholder Forum
MIOIR Researcher Dr Dimitri Gagliardi participated in the European Partnership Stakeholder Forum co-organised by The European Commission and ERA-LEARN.
New article on Industrial clusters for deep decarbonization
Professor Frank Geels has published a new article in Science alongside co-authors Benjamin Sovacool and Marfurga Iskandarova on ‘Industrial clusters for deep decarbonization: Net-zero megaprojects in the UK offer promise and lessons’.
Evaluation of Science and Innovation Policies
MIOIR are delighted to announce their short course on the Evaluation of Science and Innovation Policies will take place at Alliance Manchester Business School on 15-19 May 2023.
New Blog on The Circular Economy and The Puzzle of Formalization
MIOIR Researcher Dr Ronnie Ramlogan and Honorary Senior Research Fellow Paul Dewick have published a new blog based on reflections on circular practices in the biodiverse Amazon.
MIOIR begins major study into personalised cardiovascular treatments
Academics from the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIoIR) based at AMBS have begun a major three-year study into how personalised treatments can help better tackle cardiovascular diseases.
Upcoming Events: Guest Speakers at MIOIR
The Manchester Institute of Innovation Research kick-started their seminar series 2022-23, with interesting talks from Professor Elisa Giuliani and Professor Ute Stephan.
New Article on The complementarity effect of exporting, importing and R&D on the productivity of Ukrainian MNEs
Silvia Massini has published a new article in International Business Review on ‘The complementarity effect of exporting, importing and R&D on the productivity of Ukrainian MNEs’, alongside co-authors Lucia Pisitello and Yevgeniya Shevtsova.
Welcome to new colleagues at MIoIR
Welcome to new research associates that have recently joined Manchester Institute of Innovation Research.
New Article on The interplay of entrepreneurial ecosystems and global value chains
Priscila Ferri has published a new paper in Technology in Society alongside co-authors which explores the interplay of entrepreneurial ecosystems and global value chains sharing insights from the cultivated meat entrepreneurial ecosystem of Singapore.
Manchester Institute of Innovation Research to welcome EU-SPRI funded research visitor
Welcome to Marcos Antón Tejón starting his circulation visit at the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research.
New article on Research governance and the dynamics of science
Maria Nedeva, Mayra Morales Tirado and Duncan Thomas have published a new paper in Research Evaluation on Research governance and the dynamics of science: A framework for the study of governance effects on research fields.
Stimulating innovation through the public procurement of innovation
AMBS research has influenced international policy for the public procurement of innovation (PPI) and schemes including the European Commission’s Innovation Procurement Broker scheme and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
R&D collaboration between leading and lagging areas of the UK would boost innovation
MIOIR Researcher Raquel Ortega-Argilés has written a piece in the latest issue of Research Foresight exploring regional inequalities.
How are everyday scientific practices influenced by automation and digitalization?
Barbara Ribeiro, Robert Meckin, Andrew Balmer and Philip Shapira have published a new paper in Research Policy on the digitalisation paradox of everyday scientific labour.
MIOIR Doctoral Researcher awarded a Stanford Existential Risk Initiative (SERI) Summer Research Fellowship
The Fellowship is a ten-week programme based at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation.
MIOIR Doctoral Researcher selected for the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative
This program recognizes prominent young people in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship.
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