SCALINGS, a research project that compares co-creative innovation practices in 10 European countries, has received a European subsidy of 4 million euros. According to Professor Isabelle Reymen of the TU/e, the project, in which the technical universities of Munich and Eindhoven, among others, participate, is very ambitious and unique in its kind.
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