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Refining search terms for nanotechnology
The ability to delineate the boundaries of an emerging technology is central to obtaining an understanding of the technology’s research paths and commercialization prospects. Nowhere is this more…
Building an innovation hub: A case study of the transformation of university roles in regional technological and economic development
Organizational and institutional influences on creativity in scientific research
Drivers of Technology Adoption - the Case of Nanomaterials in Building Construction
Machine Tools: The Remaking of a Traditional Sectoral Innovation System
Introduction This chapter examines the remaking of innovation processes and boundaries in a traditional sector – the machine tool industry within the mechanical engineering segment of the economy. In…
Use of web mining in studying innovation
The practicalities and effectiveness of web mining as a research method for innovation studies are examined, using web mining to explore the R&D activities of 296 UK-based green goods small and mid-size enterprises.
Capturing new developments in an emerging technology: an updated search strategy for identifying nanotechnology research outputs
The findings indicate that the updated nanotechnology search approach offers an incremental improvement over the original strategy in terms of recall and precision, and reveals the importance for nanotechnology of several emerging cited-subject categories, particularly in the biomedical sciences, suggesting a further extension of the nanotechnology knowledge domain.
The Theory and Practice of Innovation Policy: An International Research Handbook
Contents: 1. Introduction. A Systemic Perspective: The Innovation Policy Dance Stefan Kuhlmann, Philip Shapira and Ruud Smits PART I: DRIVING FORCES OF INNOVATION PRACTICE, THEORY AND POLICY 2.…
China–US scientific collaboration in nanotechnology: patterns and dynamics
Rapid development in the number of China–US co-authored nanotechnology papers as well as structural changes in array of collaborative nanotechnology sub-fields are found and implications for both China and the US of this evolving relationship are discussed.
Developing nanotechnology in Latin America
This article investigates the development of nanotechnology in Latin America with a particular focus on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay and finds that they are implementing policies and programs to develop nanotechnologies but differ in their collaboration strategies, institutional involvement, and level of development.