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Write code, save lives: How a community uses open innovation to address a societal challenge

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Write code, save lives : How a community uses open innovation to address a societal challenge. / Sims, Jonathan; Gichoya, Judy; Bhardwaj, Gaurab ; Bogers, Marcel.

I: R and D Management, 23.10.2018.

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Sims, J, Gichoya, J, Bhardwaj, G & Bogers, M 2018, 'Write code, save lives: How a community uses open innovation to address a societal challenge' R and D Management. https://doi.org/10.1111/radm.12338

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Sims, J., Gichoya, J., Bhardwaj, G., & Bogers, M. (2018). Write code, save lives: How a community uses open innovation to address a societal challenge. R and D Management. https://doi.org/10.1111/radm.12338

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Sims J, Gichoya J, Bhardwaj G, Bogers M. Write code, save lives: How a community uses open innovation to address a societal challenge. R and D Management. 2018 okt 23. https://doi.org/10.1111/radm.12338

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Sims, Jonathan ; Gichoya, Judy ; Bhardwaj, Gaurab ; Bogers, Marcel. / Write code, save lives : How a community uses open innovation to address a societal challenge. I: R and D Management. 2018.

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