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Science, Technology, and Know-How: Exploitation of German Science and the Challenges of Technology Transfer in the Postwar World
This dissertation is a comparative study of the American, British, and French efforts to exploit German science and technology following the Second World War, and through this, a transnationalExpand
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Know-How in Postwar Business and Law
In the mid-twentieth century, businesses around the world began to see technical know-how as one of the most important assets they could possess. While their exact definitions of know-how variedExpand
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French Scientific Exploitation and Technology Transfer from Germany in the Diplomatic Context of the Early Cold War
While most discussions of the international efforts at post-war exploitation of German science and technology by the Allied occupation powers assume similar methods and aims across the nationsExpand
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The FinFET Breakthrough and Networks of Innovation in the Semiconductor Industry, 1980–2005: Applying Digital Tools to the History of Technology
ABSTRACT:The "FinFET" design for transistors, developed at the University of California, Berkeley, in the 1990s, represented a major leap forward in the semiconductor industry. Understanding itsExpand
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Who owns a scientist’s mind?
Changes in US law and practice during the 20th century gradually gave businesses more rights to their researchers’ ideas, but controlling knowledge is no easy task.
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