German universities — technical and otherwise — account for 24 of the 100 ++innovative universities in Europe,Dmost. https://t.co/5xxYHdpIbf— BizDeansTalk (@BizDeansTalk) June 14, 2016
This probably understates SF Bay Area tech dominance, since patents are out of fashion in much of Silicon Valley. https://t.co/io6nATrOlS— Marc Andreessen (@pmarca) May 25, 2016
Prof. @Richard_Florida : That’s the big takeaway from a new study, which looks at the changing geography of innovation across the U.S. over the past four decades. The study—by my University of Toronto colleague Avi Goldfarb, along with Chris Forman of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Shane Greenstein of Harvard University—takes a detailed look at trends in patents (the most commonly used measure of innovation) across U.S. metros between 1976 and 2008.