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1 What’s New? Emerging Disruptive Models for High-Value, Longer Term University-Industry Partnering This session identifies and explores emerging partnership models that are disrupting the way universities and businesses work together to develop high-value and mutually beneficial relationships for the longer term. Dave Bembo, Wade Brown, Karl Koster, Karen Kennedy 19 Mar 2020
2 Crowdsourcing Innovation: Changing the world one good idea at a time A high proportion of research, IP and knowledge remains ‘on the shelf’ at worst, and under-utilised at best. Rob (Crowdicity) explores why this is, and shares real-world stories of how applying open innovation and co-creation is helping to change this. Rob Wilmot 18 Mar 2020
3 Human Centred Futures: The Critical Role of the Social Sciences This session will examine the fundamental importance of social sciences research to the fourth industrial revolution. Georgia Chao, Rick Delbridge, Daniel Sui, Mike Willardson 18 Mar 2020
4 What intermediaries are for? In many countries, we have seen the rise of intermediaries that should bridge the intellectual, material and organisational divide between the worlds of science and business innovation. Do or do they not, that is the fundamental question? Kate Ronayne, Simon Andrews, Stuart Martin, Jay Walsh 18 Mar 2020
5 Are R and D Targets a Must For Innovation? R and D targets and metrics have become common place (e.g. 3% norm by EC, 2.4% norm in UK). However, what do those norms signal? What is their effect, if any? And, if such targets are deemed not relevant, what should then replace them? Emmo Meijer 18 Mar 2020
6 Tackling Wicked Problems: Partnering for Impact UC San Diego VC for Research Sandra Brown presents recommendations from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU’s) Public Impact-Focused Research (PIR) Initiative. Sandy Brown 18 Mar 2020
7 Oxford UIDP Summit 2019 Overview of the Oxford UIDP Summit 2019 Anthony Boccanfuso, Anna-Marie Greenaway, Coleen Burrus, Neeta Khurana 18 Mar 2020
8 Evolving, Maturing, Rejuvenating: 30 Years of University-Industry Engagement The interactions between university and industry have firmly been on the agenda of policy making and university administration for more than 30 years now. David Gann 30 Jun 2019
9 Welcome Opening remarks from the Oxford UIDP Summit. With Phil Clare, University of Oxford, Jay Walsh, Northwestern University and Patrick Grant, University of Oxford. Patrick Grant, Jay Walsh, Phil Clare 30 Jun 2019
10 Interacting with Artefacts, Oxfordshire Collections Project Stephen Barker, Oxfordshire County Council Museums Service, gives a short talk for Oxford University Museums Staff Conference. Stephen Barker 31 Oct 2016
11 Creative Commons Ethics of Surgical Innovation Explaining the views after being put into practice. Wendy Rogers 15 Aug 2016
12 Creative Commons Surgical Trainee Research Collaboratives in the UK An observational analysis of research activity and output. Angelos Kolias 12 Jul 2016
13 Creative Commons Evaluation of HIFU ablation for uterine fibroids A multicenter IDEAL study. Joey Kwong 07 Jul 2016
14 Creative Commons Perioperative Outcomes, Health Care Costs and Survival After Robotic-assisted Versus Open Radical Cystectomy A national comparative effectiveness study Bilal Chughtai 06 Jul 2016
15 Creative Commons Applying IDEAL Early stage surgical innovation of a novel bio-wrap-assisted vasectomy reversal technique. Ahmet Gudeloglu 06 Jul 2016
16 Creative Commons Small Simple Trials A Strategy to Study Rare Surgical Conditions. James Wright 06 Jul 2016
17 Creative Commons An innovative view on surgical research Evaluation surgical innovation of international examples Maroeska Rovers 06 Jul 2016
18 Creative Commons Advancing the cause of Research Registration First 500 Registrations of the ResearchRegistry.com. Riaz Agha 06 Jul 2016
19 Creative Commons Mind the Uncertainty Gap A comparative analysis of HTA of robotic surgery. Tammy Clifford 06 Jul 2016
20 Is Buxton's Law still true? Evaluating evolving surgical techniques within pilot and full RCTs IDEAL surgical innovation in practice. Jane Blazeby 27 Jun 2016
21 Creative Commons Transforming transplantation Organ preservation and reconditioning. Peter Friend 27 Jun 2016
22 Creative Commons Is more evidence always better? The value of adding decision analytical modelling to the IDEAL framework Casper Tax 27 Jun 2016
23 Creative Commons Progressing through IDEAL: When is the right time to move from observational to randomised studies? A case study of REBOA. Jan Jansen 27 Jun 2016
24 Creative Commons Reconstruction of bladder defects with amniotic membrane Step 1-2 of IDEAL recommendations of surgical innovation David Barski 27 Jun 2016
25 Optimising recruitment and evaluation: Qualitative studies Methodological advances in evaluation Jenny Donovan 20 Jun 2016
26 Creative Commons Bringing evidence to the orthopaedic implant market We describe the challenges faced in the assessment of a novel surgical device, the X-Bolt, for the treatment of hip fractures from IDEAL stage 2a to 3. xavier griffin 20 Jun 2016
27 Creative Commons How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Digital Jane Winters, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, gives the opening keynote talk for the 2015 DHOXSS. Jane Winters 10 Aug 2015
28 Sisters comin’ together’: Female Rappers and Collaboration Charis Dishman presents her Master's thesis entitled ‘Sisters comin’ together’: Female Rappers and Collaboration'. Charis Dishman 22 Jun 2015
29 Humanities and Science: Mental Health An interdisciplinary discussion exploring the role of the humanities in mental health. Edward Harcourt, John Geddes, Matthew Broome, Emily Troscianko 09 Feb 2015
30 Creative Commons 6.2 Introductory Remarks: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Professor Loren Griffith (Director of International Strategy) delivers introductory remarks for the sixth lecture in the Cultural Heritage Forum "How can the University and cultural organisations collaborate?". Loren Griffith 08 Mar 2013
31 The Social Economy: Unleashing Value and Productivity through Social Technologies Over 70 percent of companies are using social technologies in some way, however very few come anywhere close to achieving the full potential benefit. Drummond Bone, Michael Chui, James Manyika, Marc Ventresca 02 Jan 2013
32 Automated Analysis of Information and Social Networks from Social Media Data Anatoliy Gruzd, Dalhousie University, gives a talk for the Oxford Internet Institute. Anatoliy Gruzd 06 Nov 2012
33 Creative Commons The Role of Digital Humanities in a Major Natural Disaster Paul Millar, CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive project leader, discusses the role of digital humanities in developing an international resource to preserve the digital record of the earthquakes' impacts and the long-term process of recovery. Paul Millar 19 Jun 2012
34 Collaboration as the future of news generation and distribution Turi Munthe, CEO of Demotix, a citizen journalism website, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism Hilary term 2011 seminar series on 2nd March 2011. Turi Munthe 19 Apr 2011
35 The Growth of the Corporate Blog: 'Letting go' of Information Control or Maintaining the Official Line? What do companies expect to gain from maintaining an online 'social media' presence? What are the implications of these trends for the development of traditional public relations strategies and business journalism? Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb, Kara Swisher, Simon Hampton, Mark Rogers 09 Nov 2009
36 Blogging at 20? The Future and Potential of Social Media If social media are the defining advance of Web 2.0, whereby the network-as-platform enabled users not just to download content but to create it, tag it and share it ... what will the next decade hold? Will we continue to Tweet? William Dutton, Nigel Shadbolt, Dave Sifry, Richard Allan 09 Nov 2009
37 Parties, Campaigns and Representation: The Political Impact of Blogs and Social Media Panel discussion during the Oxford Social Media Convention 2009 on whether the outcome of political careers and even campaigns is increasingly dependent on the successful mastery of new communication tools including social media. Helen Margetts, Iain Dale, Andrew Rasiej, Matthew McGregor 30 Oct 2009
38 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Panel discussion during the Oxford Social Media Convention 2009 on the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of social media. Have they lived up to the promises? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 30 Oct 2009
39 Internet Governance and Regulation: The Future of the Internet - and How to Stop It What lies around the corner for the Internet .. and how do we avoid it? How can we study and affect the future of the Internet using the distributed power of the network itself? This is Jonathan Zittrain's inaugural lecture at the University of Oxford. Jonathan Zittrain 09 Oct 2009
40 Internet Governance and Regulation: The Future of the Internet - and How to Stop It What lies around the corner for the Internet .. and how do we avoid it? How can we study and affect the future of the Internet using the distributed power of the network itself? This is Jonathan Zittrain's inaugural lecture at the University of Oxford. Jonathan Zittrain 09 Oct 2009
41 Parties, Campaigns and Representation: The Political Impact of Blogs and Social Media Are social media tools likely to prove effective in engaging any voters except those who are already interested in politics? Is their apparent 'democratisation' of traditional party structures to be believed? Helen Margetts, Iain Dale, Andrew Rasiej, Matthew McGregor 07 Oct 2009
42 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Can Web 2.0 tools (eg blogs, social networking and wikis) enhance our democratic freedoms? Or can we dismiss the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of these social media? Have any significant social impacts been ignored so far? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 07 Oct 2009