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Innovation and the Cambridge Cluster: Past, present and future.

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Development, characteristics and challenges.

Cambridge has become synonymous with innovation but is also facing many challenges that are likely to impact its future trajectory. This presentation will be divided into three parts that will then lead to an open discussion. Firstly, the focus will be on the way in which this regional cluster has developed the capabilities to be internationally leading for innovation. Secondly, the characteristics of the present innovation cluster – and the unusual ways it works – will be explored. Finally, some of the challenges that have arisen as a result of success and the issues that need to be addressed will be presented.

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