Inclusive Innovation

Innovation - in terms of new realised ideas - has in policy and research often been reduced to new commersialised technological products. The recently raised interest in combatting societal challenges by innovative means has widened the view on innovation, though, acknowledging the importance of a multitude of forms, actors, sectors, industries and disciplines.


Malin Lindberg, associate professor at LuleĆ„ University of Technology, presents in today's Stop&Share session  the most recent research on inclusive innovation, where gender and joint knowledge development by the academy, industry and society are crucial components.