Measuring science-technology interaction using rare inventor-author names

  title={Measuring science-technology interaction using rare inventor-author names},
  author={Kevin W. Boyack and Richard Klavans},
  journal={J. Informetrics},
The relationship between science and technology has been extensively studied from both theoretical and quantitative perspectives. Quantitative studies typically use patents as proxy for technology and scientific papers as proxy for science, and investigate the relationship between the two. Most such studies have been limited to a single discipline or country. In this paper, we investigate science-technology interaction over a broad range of science and technology by identifying and validating a… CONTINUE READING

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