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In electrolaryngeal speech, an excitation signal is provided by means of a buzzer held against the neck which is usually operated at a constant frequency rate. While such Transcutaneous Artificial Larynges (TALs) provide a means for verbal communication for people who are unable to use their own, the monotone F0 pattern results in poor speech quality. In(More)
In recent years, there has been increased pressure on universities to deliver on their third mission. In the UK context, universities are encouraged to explicitly assume responsibility for facilitating economic growth, with a particular emphasis being given to the role played by the research-led institutions. Using a broad definition of entrepreneurial(More)
This paper investigates the determinants of technological diversification among UK's small serial innovators (SSIs). Using a longitudinal study of 339 UK-based small businesses accounting for almost 7000 patents between 1990 and 2006, this study constitutes the first empirical examination of technological diversification among SMEs in the literature.(More)
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