Japan tops global innovation clusters, Iran ranks high

Recognizing that innovation activities tends to geographically concentrate in specific clusters, this year’s Global Innovation Index ranks the world’s largest clusters of inventive activity, based on number of patents as well as scientific articles. Tokyo–Yokohoma still comes out on top…
Key findings of the Global Innovation Index 2018

The main messages of the Global Innovation Index 2018 can be summarized in seven key findings. Becoming optimistic about global innovation and growth is possible Continued investments in breakthrough energy innovations are essential for global growth and to avert an…
Global Innovation Index 2018: China cracks top 20

China broke into the world’s top 20 most-innovative economies as Switzerland retained its number-one spot in the Global Innovation Index (GII) ranking published annually by Cornell University, INSEAD and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Rounding out the GII 2018 top ten:…
Connecting global ecosystems at London Tech Week

Despite the economic patriotism of the British and US governments, with the former talking about forsaking strong trade relationships in Europe and pursuing self-harm with its intention to exit the EU, and the latter continually dabbling in protectionist measures, such…