As regular readers will know, the Open Innovation Team works with academics and other experts to help generate analysis and ideas for policy. We recently refreshed the slides we use to introduce ourselves to government policy customers, so we thought …
How we approach projects and what we deliver for policy-makers.
Chris Webber reflects on some key points from recent conferences in Birmingham and Seoul.
Michael Carpenter, former innovation lead at UK Export Finance, explains why they developed a blockchain prototype with the University of Southampton.
A look back at our Thought Experiment speaker series, which celebrates its fifth anniversary this year.
Who's watching you online? Professor David Beer introduces his CDEI-commissioned review of the evidence related to online targeting practices, produced in collaboration with OIT.
Takeaways on evidence and policy from a recent event in the Netherlands.
Our strategy has five main pillars: increase our policy impact, raise our profile, diversify our income, improve management and deliver benefits for our partners.
Maya Singer-Hobbs, a PhD secondee with the Open Innovation Team, reflects on her work with the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation.
The Open Innovation Team (OIT) is a great example of disruptive innovation in government. This blog outlines how Lancaster University academics evaluated our impact.