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University of Liechtenstein launches first knowledge magazine in the Alpenrheintal

On 18 November 2014 the University of Liechtenstein will be bringing out the first ever knowledge magazine in the Alpenrheintal-Bodensee region. The magazine is entitled Denkraum [Thinking Space], and provides information in a generally accessible format about research and innovation impulses of the University of Liechtenstein for industry and society. The first issue is dedicated to the topic of sustainable innovation.



On 18 November 2014 the University of Liechtenstein will be bringing out the first ever knowledge magazine in the Alpenrheintal-Bodensee region. The magazine is entitled Denkraum [Thinking Space], and provides information in a generally accessible format about research and innovation impulses of the University of Liechtenstein for industry and society. The first issue is dedicated to the topic of sustainable innovation.


The knowledge magazine Denkraum is dedicated to the aim of highlighting the entrepreneurial and scientific/academic potential of the Alpenrheintal-Bodensee region. Society, industry and science are all currently influenced by global developments which will introduce lasting changes to life in the economic region of Vorarlberg, the Bodensee [Lake Constance], Eastern Switzerland and Liechtenstein. 


Cover of the first issue of the new knowledge magazine for the Alpenrheintal region, dedicated to sustainable innovation


The University of Liechtenstein sees itself as a place of pioneering thinking, as well as original and in-depth thinking – a place for exploring and highlighting new perspectives. Denkraum showcases current research at the University of Liechtenstein that has added value for the region and makes an important local contribution. This will provide significant impulses for the active shaping of the future of the Alpenrheintal-Bodensee region and present the public with courageous answers to outstanding issues. 

Focus on sustainable innovation
It’s all very well to come up with ideas, but how do you actually put them into practice? Can social entrepreneurship, strategic philanthropy and competition-oriented business practice be combined in a sustainable way? What kinds of infrastructure support active civic involvement in the state and in politics? Where are niches for new business models on the market for innovations still waiting to be exploited? How are digital technologies changing our life, and what opportunities do they offer? These and other questions come under the spotlight in the first issue of Denkraum, dedicated to the subject of sustainable innovation. 

Distribution and printing
With a total edition of 52,000 copies, the knowledge magazine will be distributed to households in Liechtenstein, Buchs and Vorarlberg.

Anyone interested can also download an electronic version of the magazine
as a pdf at www.uni.li/publikationen  
or in scroll mode from ISSUU