Posted on | July 15, 2011 | Comments Off
The University of Hawaiʻi Innovation Council has issued its final report. The council of experts appointed by UH President M.R.C. Greenwood in April 2010 provides recommendations to create the 21st-century capability for innovation and technology transfer necessary to achieve a high-value economy in Hawaiʻi.
President Greenwood presented the council’s draft report at the opening of the university’s E Kamakani Noʻi Innovation for Hawaiʻi’s Growth symposium in Honolulu January and invited public input.