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Daniel PARDO

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: daniel.pardo@univ-amu.fr

-  CV en français

- Management/Economics/Innovation
- Research Director (senior scientist) ,CNRS
- Honorary Research Associate to the Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris

Education

PhD Genetics
PhD Molecular Biology/ Biotechnology
University Aix-Marseille II.


Positions

- Director of Mediterranee Technologies (1999-2003)

  • Board Member International Association of Science Parks (IASP)
  • Board Member France Technopoles Entreprises Innovation (FTEI)

- Deputy Scientific Counsellor at the French Embassy in Tokyo (1986-1989) - Involved in the feasibility study of the Human Frontier Science Programme.
- Research Director, of a joint venture Lafarge-Ajinomoto (1989-1994) - Production of threonine ( industrial scale ) by genetic engineering (a World premier).
- Director of International Relations, CNRS (1994-1996)

  • Development of structuring projects with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • Creation of the CNRS Council of International Politicy.
  • Opening of CNRS offices in China and South Africa, relaunching of the offices in Moscow, Tokyo, Tunis and Washington.

- Vice-President of CULTOR group, Finland (1996-1999)

  • Genencor Board Member, USA (1996-1999)
  • Finnfeed Board Member, UK (1996-1999)

- President of Genencor Technology Committee, USA (1996-1999).
- Scientific and Technology Counsellor to Michel Vauzelle, President of the Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (1998-1999).


Recent publications :

  • Daniel Pardo (2005) Bio Cluster Policy in France - What recipe? "The Japan Society for Science Policy and Research Management“ 2005.Japan
  • Daniel Pardo & Eric Jolivet (2005) The Unthinkable Low Tech Bio Tech: A new target for policy making, Innogen Conference Evolution of the Life Science Industries Conference 23-25 February 2005, Edinburgh
  • Marc Frechet & Daniel Pardo (2005) Resource-driven diversification: assessing relatedness through competence analysis .
    25th Strategic Management Society, Annual International Conference.Orlando,USA October 2005
  • Daniel Pardo & Andrei Mogoutov (2004) Les Partenariats àcaractère industriel de l’INSERM au cours de la période 1983-2003, Working Paper in www.aguidel.com
  • Panorama des biotechnologies 2004.France
    http://www.france-biotech.org
  • Trends in (bio) technology transfer from « basic » research to industry.
    A case study: France during the last decade (1995-2005).
    European Biotechnology Crossroad.Lille 2005
  • Biotechnologies en France. Pistes pour sortir de la crise.
    Technology Review.MIT.2005
  • Panorama des biotechnologies 2005 .France
    http://www.france-biotech.org
  • Japon : Les biotechnologies nippones àla croisée des chemins
    Technology Review.MIT.2006
  • Ressource-driven diversification : Assessing relatedness through competence analysis. Daniel Pardo Marc Frechet
    Cahier 169.09/2005 . IAE Toulouse

Publications LEST (depuis 2006)

C-ACT - Communications avec publication dans des actes

2012
  • Pardo Daniel“Knowledge capture mechanisms studies as a tool to facilitate European Blue Biotech analysis”, in SUBMARINER Blue Biotechnology Cooperation Event : "New Strategies and Future Perspectives", 9–10 May 2012, Kiel (Germany).

CH - Chapitres d'ouvrage

2013

  • Gurney Thomas, Schoen Antoine, Horlings Edwin, Sumikura koichi, Laurens Patricia, Van Den Besselaar Peter and Pardo Daniel“Knowledge capture mechanisms in bioventure corporations : a case study. Actes de colloque”, in Proceedings of 14th International Society Scientometrics and informetrics Conference (ISSI), Vienna, 15-19 juillet 2013. http://www.issi2013.org/Images/ISSI_Proceedings_Volume_I.pdf.

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