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29 Newest Publications about the topic technology transferrss
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06-May-2016 | Erik Stokstad, Science , 2016
The United Kingdom has ample resources for ocean energy and has long been a leader in wave energy research. After the bankruptcies of two pioneering wave energy companies, the Scottish government has gone back to the drawing board. A new agency is funding crosscutting research, for example in ...
05-May-2016 | Jessica Wapner, Nature, 2016
Technology transfer: The leap to industry Nature. doi:10.1038/533S13a Author: Jessica Wapner The science done in university laboratories can change the world, but only when discoveries can be transformed into innovations.
04-Dec-2015 | Choi, Jaehyun ; Jang, Dongsik ; Jun, Sunghae ; Park, Sangsung, Sustainability, 2015
The rapid pace of technological advances creates many difficulties for R&D practitioners in analyzing emerging technologies. Patent information analysis is an effective tool in this situation. Conventional patent information analysis has focused on the extraction of vacant, promising, or core ...
12-Aug-2015 | da Veiga, Claudimar Pereira; da Veiga, Cássia Rita Pereira; Del Corso, Jansen Maia; da Silva, Wesley Vieira, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2015
Dengue is a serious infectious disease and a growing public health problem in many tropical and sub-tropical countries. To control this neglected tropical disease (NTD), vaccines are likely to be the most cost-effective solution. This study analyzed dengue vaccines from both a historical and ...
17-Jun-2015 | Al-Riffai, Perrihan ; Blohmke, Julian ; Breisinger, Clemens ; Wiebelt, Manfred, Sustainability, 2015
While the recent political transition in Egypt has delayed much-needed policy reforms, our paper suggests that under certain conditions, fostering the national renewable energy strategy may be a promising way of giving an ailing economy an urgently needed impetus. Based on the literature and ...
01-Feb-2015 | Emmanuel L. P. Dumont, Nature Nanotechnology, 2015
Nature Nanotechnology 10, 184 (2015). doi:10.1038/nnano.2015.8 Author: Emmanuel L. P. Dumont Should inventors control the fate of their own inventions? In the US, most universities think not. But, as Emmanuel Dumont explains, the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell ...
14-May-2013 | Marina R. Pascucci, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 2013
The Ceramic Leadership Summit is designed to explore business opportunities, emerging technologies, and critical issues that challenge the ceramic and glass materials community. In 2012, the 3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit was held in conjunction with the 4th International Congress on Ceramics ...
29-Jan-2013 | Cao‐Hoang Lan, Chu‐Ky Son, Ho Phu Ha, Husson Florence, Le Thanh Binh, Le‐Thanh Mai, Nguyen Thi Hoai Tram, Tran Thi M ..., International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2013
Summary In tropical countries, traditional fermented foods are usually home‐made products obtained through spontaneous fermentation or backslopping. They are now facing an evolution aiming at responding to quality, safety and mass production issues. This requires acquisition of knowledge on ...
21-Feb-2012 | Nagaraj, D., ChemInform, 2012
Abstract Review: 9 refs.