- Posted by Eleonora Bongiovanni
- On August 31, 2020
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Hanze University of Applied Sciences is a proud member of the INEDIT project. We are contributing to a number of different Work Packages by bringing in our vast experience in open innovation in regional ecosystems. The insights from INEDIT will also be used in our so called Innovation Work Places where students, scholars, enterprises, governments and citizens are working together on pressing societal challenges. The COVID-19 crisis made us realise that creating and maintaining a hybrid infrastructure is the way forward to tackle societal challenges. INEDIT is helping to build digital global infrastructures with regional ecosystems that will be well equipped to function in times of pandemics like COVID-19 and accomplish Sustainable Development Goals as well. Therefore, the future is bright and we are part of it!