Academia • Industry • Government

The aim of the Institute for Triple Helix Innovation is to harness and leverage the complementary expertise of academia, industry and government to facilitate new systems for innovation and novel collaborative processes for creative development.

By serving as a center for collaboration technologies, a champion for flexible organizational structures, and an arbiter of triple helix best practices, the Institute endeavors to foster international, interdisciplinary collaborations amongst the public and private sectors and develop new methodologies for achieving economic and social benefit.

1,328 New High-Tech Jobs in Hawaii

Hawaii added 1,328 new high-tech jobs from 2000 to 2005. This increase was fifth among all U.S. states. The states with large technology sectors experienced net losses of jobs due to the bursting of the technology bubble in 2000. This negative effect does not appear as pronounced in Hawaii.


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International Triple Helix VI Conference Held in Singapore

Members of the Institute for Triple Helix Innovation team participated in the 6th biennial international Triple Helix Conference on University-Industry-Government Linkages in Singapore from May 16-18, 2007. The theme of the conference was ?Emerging Models for the Entrepreneurial University: Regional Diversities or Global Convergence?.