The Triple Helix Model of Innovation refers to a set of interactions between academia, industry, and governments that foster economic and social development. This framework was first theorized by Henry Etzkowitz and Loet Leydesdorff in the 1990s, in the publication of “The Triple Helix, University-Industry-Government Relations: A laboratory for Knowledge-Based Economic Development”. Interactions between universities, industries, and governments have given rise to new intermediary institutions, such as technology transfer offices and science parks. The triple helix also participated in the transformation of each institution.
Startups, government and universities are all brought together at the “Triple Helix Exhibition”.
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