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2022 ◽  
Vol 30 (7) ◽  
pp. 0-0

To solve the dilemma between the increasing demand for cross-border e-commerce talents and incompatible students’ skill level, Industry-University-Research cooperation, as an essential pillar for inter-disciplinary talent cultivation model adopted by colleges and universities, brings out the synergy from relevant parties and builds the bridge between the knowledge and practice. Nevertheless, industry-university-research cooperation developed lately in the cross-border e-commerce field with several problems such as unstable collaboration relationships and vague training plans.

2022 ◽  
Vol 27 (42) ◽  
pp. 210-233
Andr� Pitol

Alair Gomes fez parte de uma comunidade cient�fica predominantemente carioca, mas manteve diversos contatos internacionais ligados � pesquisa universit�ria. Como esse texto apresenta, situa��o semelhante se passou no plano art�stico, influenciando suaprodu��o fotogr�fica. A compreens�o do lugar que Alair Gomes ocupou no cen�rio cultural a partir da d�cada de 1960 parece solicitar a reconstru��o de poss�veis parcerias entre o fot�grafo e os demais atores daquele per�odo. Analisaremos tr�s epis�dios que possibilitaram a Alair Gomes estabelecer colabora��es profissionais e projetos fotogr�ficos: fotografando o s�tio do paisagista Burle Marx; estabelecendo di�logo com o designer Aloisio Magalh�es; e participando da publica��o de um livro do designer gr�fico norte-americano Quentin Fiore. A an�lise desses epis�dios introduz e re�ne casos esparsos que at� o momento puderam ser acompanhados com maior aten��o e rigor de pesquisa. Discutimos a constru��o do contexto art�stico de Alair Gomes, que, como proposto, n�o pode ser desconsiderado na avalia��o de seus trabalhos fotogr�ficos.Palavras-chave:Fotografia; Alair Gomes; Roberto Burle-Marx; Aloisio Magalh�es; Quentin Fiore�AbstractAlair Gomes was part of a predominantly carioca scientific community, but maintained several international contacts linked to university research. As this text presents, a similar situation took place at the artistic level, influencing his photographic production. Understanding the place Alair Gomes occupied in the cultural scene in Rio de Janeiro from the 1960s onwards seems to require the reconstruction of possible partnerships between the photographer and other actors of that period. We will analyze three episodes that enabled Alair Gomes to establish professional collaborations and photographic projects: photographing the property of landscape artist Burle Marx; establishing a dialogue with the designer Aloisio Magalh�es; and participating in the publication of a book bythe North American graphic designer Quentin Fiore. The analysis of these episodes introduces and brings together scattered cases that so far could be followed up with greater attention and research rigor. We discuss the construction of Alair Gomes? artistic context, which, as proposed, cannot be disregarded in the evaluation of his photographic works.Keywords:Photography; Alair Gomes; Roberto Burle-Marx; Aloisio Magalh�es; Quentin Fiore

2022 ◽  
pp. 170-190
Sofia Vairinho

The present approach aims to explore the innovation dynamic that may lead to knowledge opportunities in a specific regional cluster characterized by a strong touristic positioning. The new technology-based companies, namely the spin-out created from university research, represent a possible and reliable approach to the economy stimulation. This said, it is mandatory to explore the topics that will allow a reflection on the networks associated with innovation processes, developed from the relations between the public universe (including universities and research centers), and the new technology or humanistic based companies. This chapter intends to be a contribution to the discussion of innovation clusters and sets the preliminary issues to discuss and implement an innovation ecosystem. This chapter explores and reflects the importance of regional innovation clusters dynamics, setting and describing the steps and specific strategical procedures in order to implement an innovation ecosystem, using as example a specific touristic territory.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2155 (1) ◽  
pp. 012018
Y Fujita ◽  
M Seki ◽  
T Sano ◽  
Y Fujihara ◽  
T Suzuki ◽  

Abstract The Mo adsorption/99mTc elution properties of alumina used as Mo adsorbents are examined for the development of 99Mo/99mTc generators using 99Mo produced by the (n, γ) method. MoO3 is irradiated by the Kyoto University Research Reactor (KUR). The alumina columns are filled with three types of alumina made from different raw materials. In this paper, elongated tubes are used as columns and the properties under Mo dynamic adsorption conditions on alumina are compared with those under static adsorption conditions. The results obtained suggest that the 99Mo/99mTc ratio specified by the Minimum Requirements for Radiopharmaceuticals of Japan (MRRP) is greatly affected by the method of adsorbing Mo on alumina.

2021 ◽  
pp. 20-41
Keith Tribe

The ‘modern university’—research-based, in which teaching and research are pursued by academic specialists organised departmentally—was created in the United States in the later nineteenth century in a productive misunderstanding of the organisation of knowledge and teaching in contemporary German universities. While the latter enjoyed international recognition, academic careers remained in thrall to an apprenticeship structure in which senior staff represented their entire discipline, supported by their juniors. The American structure, fostered by endowments and grants, presumed that departments would be composed of specialists who advanced their careers by developing their specialism. This was decisive for the disciplinary development of universities around the world. In London, the university was a federal, administrative body whose degree courses could be followed both within Britain and in the wider Empire. As a component part of this structure, the London School of Economics shared in this reach, and so came to dominate the teaching of the social sciences in Britain and the Empire.

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