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  • Engaging in Regional Innovation Ecosystems: Six Questions to Get Your University Partnerships Right!

    Lars Frølund, Fiona Murray, Max Riedel

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    WORKING PAPER

    By working through six fundamental questions, corporations can develop a more effective approach to their interaction with a range of universities, thus delivering more value for both parties and setting the stage for more effective ecosystem engagement.

  • An Exploration of Collaborative Scientific Production at MIT Through Spatial Organization and Institutional Affiliation

    Matthew Claudel, Emanuele Massaro, Paolo Santi, Fiona Murray, Carlo Ratti

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    PRACTICE BRIEFING

    An examination of the collaboration patterns of faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, through their academic output (papers and patents), and their organizational structures (institutional affiliation and spatial configuration) over a 10-year time span.

     

  • Foundations: exploring the emerging practice of philanthropic investing to support innovation in science and engineering

    Nicole Systrom (PRIME Coalition), Sarah Kearney (PRIME Coalition), Fiona Murray (MIT Sloan)

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    PRACTICE BRIEFING

    Intended to serve as a guide for investors, philanthropists, institutions, and entrepreneurs interested in using charitable capital to support early-stage, science-based innovation in for-profit enterprises. Charitable capital can be granted and/or invested into market-based solutions from several different philanthropic structures. This brief covers options available to those utilizing a private foundation to support innovation, while its companion brief covers options for those interested to use a Donor Advised Fund.

  • Donor-Advised Funds: an underutilized philanthropic vehicle to support innovation in science and engineering

    Ryan Macpherson (MIT Sloan), Sarah Kearney (PRIME Coalition), Fiona Murray (MIT Sloan)

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    PRACTICE BRIEFING

    Intended to serve as a guide for investors, philanthropists, institutions, and entrepreneurs interested in using charitable capital to support early-stage, science-based innovation in for-profit enterprises. Charitable capital can be granted and/or invested into market-based solutions from several different philanthropic structures. This brief covers options for those interested to use a Donor Advised Fund, while its companion brief covers options available to those utilizing a private foundation to support innovation.

  • MIT Innovation Initiative

    MIT Innovation Initiative

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    BROCHURE

    An overview of the MIT Innovation Initiative’s mission, programs and activities.

  • MIT I&E Landscape 2015-2016

    MIT Innovation Initiative

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    ANNUAL REPORT

    A publication of the MIT innovation and entrepreneurship year in review, highlighting center and program
    activities, achievements, and featured student profiles.