not much time for procrastination over the last weeks. It was the end of the first term of the master’s program (for futures research), and I had to do an oral and a written exam and write a term paper,* the first scientific(-ish) paper since my diploma thesis 12 years ago. All of this alongside running the business while Igor is on a well-deserved vacation. Well, I like a good crunch-time. But it also means I had almost no time for any reading besides papers on ‘inter-organizational networks for innovation in biotechnologies.’ So this edition features mostly articles that I wish I had had the time to read.
* I was asked to join a Q&A with people interested in applying for the master’s program this year one day after the deadline for my paper. Not sure my slightly exhausted look was the best promotion for the program.
Greetings from the Baltic Sea, where temperatures may rise above 0° C for the first time in weeks. The sea is still the best pacifier for my busy mind.