What is Industrial Research?
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There is a difference between academic and industrial research. It is not the quality of the research, good research shines wherever it is conducted, but it is the research purpose that changes. The change in purpose shapes how companies conduct research and why we in industrial research often focus on different aspects than our academic colleagues. This episode explores that change and shows how it shapes the research conducted in industry and how those research teams are structured.

There are additional details, including important diagrams and further information on this episode's Industrial Research Podcast's blog site. Please check this out for additional information.



The episode uses the track "Bust This Bust That" by "Professor Kliq" which is used under creative commons. You can find the full track available here.

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