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Meanwhile, Elspeth Bellhouse and her father had approached Bell. Brian Bellhouse, another fellow at Bell’s college – Magdalen – had invented ‘an interesting device’ for ‘sending small particles through the skin’ – a new form of vaccination and drug delivery, though even today one not approved. Elspeth was establishing a company – Powderject – to exploit the discovery, and Bell agreed to help, while Elspeth said her father had found a ‘great entrepreneur’, Paul Drayson, to develop the business. ) After negotiation with the university to obtain necessary IP, the three became founder directors of Powderject.
At the same time, 80 per cent of their incubators are located in centres of agglomeration and urban regions. This balance can be regarded as a ﬂow of knowledge from the centres to the surrounding and peripheral areas. The fact that the majority of spin-offs still set up in the same region as the incubator is not necessarily due to their choice to be located close to the scientiﬁc institution. e. in the cores of agglomerations or in urban areas. These are locations where knowledge-intensive companies ﬁnd favourable conditions, such as proximity to customers, a highly qualiﬁed workforce, high-tech infrastructure and excellent transport connections.
More than 25 km distance from the incubator). All ﬁgures are related to the number of start-ups in the time period 1996 to 2000. The analysis is carried out for all 439 German districts. The exogenous variables may be categorized into four groups. First, a region’s size is controlled for by the logarithm of the population in the employment relevant age from 15 to 65. Other aspects of agglomeration economies are modelled by the employment density (employees over population) and the travel distance in hours to the next international airport.