Dissertation: Scientific Ambition and Dissatisfaction with the Present Create New Applications
According to MA Maria Höyssä’s dissertation, there are two prerequisites for utilising scientific research: scientific ambition has to be combined with dissatisfaction with the available solutions. The dissertation offers new information on the prerequisites and early stages of science-based innovation processes.
MA Maria Höyssä’s dissertation Where science meets its use - Exploring the emergence of the practical relevance of scientific knowledge in the regional context sheds light on commercialising research-based solutions.
Maria Höyssä defends her doctoral dissertation in Economic Geography on the 20th of September, 2013.
Custodian: Professor Päivi Oinas
Opponent: Professor Bjørn Asheim (Lund University)
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