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The Resource Building Hawaii's innovation economy : summary of a symposium, Charles W. Wessner, Rapporteur ; Committee on Competing in the 21st Century: Best Practice in State and Regional Innovation Initiatives, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies, (electronic resource)

Building Hawaii's innovation economy : summary of a symposium, Charles W. Wessner, Rapporteur ; Committee on Competing in the 21st Century: Best Practice in State and Regional Innovation Initiatives, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies, (electronic resource)

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Building Hawaii's innovation economy : summary of a symposium
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Building Hawaii's innovation economy
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summary of a symposium
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Charles W. Wessner, Rapporteur ; Committee on Competing in the 21st Century: Best Practice in State and Regional Innovation Initiatives, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies
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  • Recognizing the opportunities for growth based on innovation, the state of Hawaii is actively seeking to diversify its economy by drawing on the University of Hawaii system and other research and educational organizations as engines of sustainable, innovation-led growth. To this end, the University of Hawaii (UH) under the leadership of its new President, Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood, convened an Innovation Council made up of nationally recognized experts to develop recommendations to grow the state's knowledge-based economy. In launching the Council's report, the University of Hawaii partnered with the National Academies Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy to convene a major conference in January 2011. This conference drew together the state's political, academic, and business leadership, along with federal officials and national experts to highlight key challenges and opportunities facing Hawaii and to identify key steps toward meetings the Innovation Council's objectives
  • Recognizing the opportunities for growth based on innovation, the state of Hawaii is actively seeking to diversify its economy by drawing on the University of Hawaii system and other research and educational organizations as engines of sustainable, innovation-led growth. To this end, the University of Hawaii (UH) under the leadership of its new President, Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood, convened an Innovation Council made up of nationally recognized experts to develop recommendations to grow the state's knowledge-based economy. In launching the Council's report, the University of Hawaii partnered with the National Academies Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy to convene a major conference in January 2011. This conference drew together the state's political, academic, and business leadership, along with federal officials and national experts to highlight key challenges and opportunities facing Hawaii and to identify key steps toward meetings the Innovation Council's objectives
  • Recognizing the opportunities for growth based on innovation, the state of Hawaii is actively seeking to diversify its economy by drawing on the University of Hawaii system and other research and educational organizations as engines of sustainable, innovation-led growth. To this end, the University of Hawaii (UH) under the leadership of its new President, Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood, convened an Innovation Council made up of nationally recognized experts to develop recommendations to grow the state's knowledge-based economy. In launching the Council's report, the University of Hawaii partnered with the National Academies Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy to convene a major conference in January 2011. This conference drew together the state's political, academic, and business leadership, along with federal officials and national experts to highlight key challenges and opportunities facing Hawaii and to identify key steps toward meetings the Innovation Council's objectives
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2011
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E Kamakani Noi'i, the Wind that Seeks Knowledge Symposium
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  • Wessner, Charles W
  • National Research Council (U.S.)
  • National Research Council (U.S.)
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
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  • Policy Making
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Diffusion of Innovation
  • Economics
  • Renewable Energy
  • State Government
  • Hawaii
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Building Hawaii's innovation economy : summary of a symposium, Charles W. Wessner, Rapporteur ; Committee on Competing in the 21st Century: Best Practice in State and Regional Innovation Initiatives, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
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Building Hawaii's innovation economy : summary of a symposium, Charles W. Wessner, Rapporteur ; Committee on Competing in the 21st Century: Best Practice in State and Regional Innovation Initiatives, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
  • Proceedings Day 1: Welcome -- Opening remarks -- Presentation of the Hawaii Innovation Council report -- Session 1: The global challenge and the opportunity for Hawaii -- The innovation imperative and global practices -- State and regional economic context -- Focusing federal resources: the Obama administration innovation initiatives -- Luncheon address -- Session II: Leveraging federal programs and investments for Hawaii -- The manufacturing extension partnership: the network effect -- DoD strategic technology capability thrusts: opportunities to fuel Hawaii's innovation economy -- The military and higher education -- Infrastructure for the 21st century economy: the role of the economic development administration -- Session III: Small business, universities, and regional growth -- 40 years of experience with technology licesning -- Universities and economic development: lessions from the "new" University of Akron -- Converting university research into start-up companies -- Improving industry partnerships
  • Proceedings Day 2: Welcome and introduction -- Opening remarks -- Session IV: University of Hawaii's current research strengths and security and sustainability: energy and agriculture opportunity -- Hawiaii's satellite launch program -- Astronomy in Hawaii -- Data analytics: a proposal -- Hawaii: a model for clean energy innovation -- Sustainable agricultural systems: challenges and opportunities -- Session V: Medical opportunities in Hawaii -- Clinical trials in Hawaii -- University of Hawaii medical inititiatives -- Advancing innovation and convergence in cancer research -- Biomedical innovation with global impact in Hawaii -- Session VI: Roundtable-next steps for Hawaii
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