The European project RiConfigure has published a report of lessons learned during its three years of activity. 'Quadruple Helix Collaborations in Practice' highlights the important differences between the quadruple helix collaboration in theory versus in practice. 

It describes a myriad of barriers discovered and overcome during the project, relating to funding, role distribution, incentives, power structures and path dependency. It also highlights the importance of accessible language in order to maximise the involvement of citizens. 

Learn more here and read the full report here