As part of the joint NEMODE project, Cambridge Service Alliance has published a white paper called" Facilitating co-creation in living labs: The JOSEPHS study" available at www.cambridgeservicealliance.eng.cam.ac.uk. The team of researchers - Katharina Greve, Veronica Martinez, Julia Jonas, Andy Neely and Kathrin Möslein - has put together a paper that analyses factors which facilitate co-creation in living labs. This study offers first insights into the operational activities and design structures which are implemented to facilitate co-creation in living labs. In particular, living labs and companies gain deeper understandings of the factors that are relevant to consider when engaging in co-creation. Enjoy reading!

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