Identifying creative research accomplishments: Methodology and results for nanotechnology and human genetics

@article{Heinze2007IdentifyingCR,
  title={Identifying creative research accomplishments: Methodology and results for nanotechnology and human genetics},
  author={Thomas Heinze and P. Shapira and J. Senker and S. Kuhlmann},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2007},
  volume={70},
  pages={125-152}
}
Motivated by concerns about the organizational and institutional conditions that foster research creativity in science, we focus on how creative research can be defined, operationalized, and empirically identified. A functional typology of research creativity is proposed encompassing theoretical, methodological and empirical developments in science. We then apply this typology through a process of creative research event identification in the fields of nanotechnology and human genetics in… Expand
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