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This paper explores the interrelationships between science and technology in the emergingarea of nano-science and technology. We track patent citation relations at the sectoraldisciplinary,the organizational, and the combined industrial/organizational levels. Then weinvestigate the geographic location and organizational affiliation of inventor/authors. Our mainfinding is that there are only a small number of citations connecting nano-patents with nanosciencepapers, while nano-science and technology appear to be relatively well connected incomparison with other fields. Further explorations suggest that nano-science and technology arestill mostly separated spheres, even though there are overlaps, as an analysis of title words shows.Another observation is that university-assigned patents seem to cite papers more frequently thanother patents.

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors:
Patricio Pérez
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Marta Bengoa
, and
Adolfo Fernández

2001 91 12 17 Benhabib, J. — Spiegel, M. (2005): Human Capital and Technology Diffusion. In: Aghion, P. — Durlauf, S

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This paper discusses the development of novel liquid phase quartz crystal resonant sensor technologies for label free, real-time detection of pharmaceutical applications.New crystal oscillator technologies are introduced alongside crystal mounting and flow cell designs circumventing more traditional approaches to yield greater robustness, reliability and sensitivity. Data for standardised long-term experiments is presented and analysed with respect to reproducibility and stability and comparisons made with surface plasmon resonance.

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By making comparison of the science indicators, the author has critically examined the development of science and technology (S&T) in India and Brazil. The SWOT analysis indicate that, with the support of federal government, both of these developing countries have built capacities and capabilities in many areas of S&T towards attaining self-reliance and have developed potential to excel in the world-market and face challenges thereof. India and Brazil are continuing to make efforts for attaining the transition from a developing to a developed country and reviewing S&T policies towards achieving industrial competitiveness.

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Introduction The relationship between science and technology is highly intertwining and the information flow between them is energetic. It is expected that this reciprocal dependence is interrelated to levels of economic

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This paper aims to contribute to a better understanding of patent citation analysis in general and its application to novel fields of science and technology in particular. It introduces into the subject-matter by discussing an empirical problem, the relationship of nano-publications and nano-patents as representations of nano-science and nano-technology. Drawing on a variety of sources, different interpretations of patent citations are presented. Then, the nature of patent citations is further investigated by comparing them to citations in the scientific literature. After characterizing the citation linkage as indicators of reciprocal relationships between science and technology, patent citations in nano-science and technology are analyzed in terms of interfield and organizational knowledge-flows.

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The mission of the U. S. Department of Energy Office of EnvironmentalManagement (EM) is to clean up its contaminated sites from the past productionof nuclear weapons. Within EM, the Office of Science and Technology (OST)is responsible for providing a full range of science and technology resourcesneeded to support resolution of EM cleanup and long-term environmental stewardshipproblems. This responsibility includes implementation of a technology developmentpathway from basic research to development, demonstration, and deploymentof scientific and technological solutions needed by DOE sites. One OST Programis the Characterization, Monitoring, and Sensor Technology Crosscutting Program(CMST-CP), which aims to provide innovative technologies (i.e., faster, better,cheaper, and/or safer) for environmental characterization and monitoring.This paper describes several technologies that CMST-CP has supported for developmentwith significant benefits realized or projected over the baseline characterizationand monitoring practices. Examples of these technologies include mapping ofsubsurface radioactivity using Cone Penetrometer and drilling techniques;a Rapid Liquid Sampler for Sr, Ra, Tc, and Cs using 3M Empore Rad Disks;Long-Range Alpha Detectors; a Compact High Resolution Spectrometer; BetaScintfor determination of Sr in soil; Laser-Induced Fluorescence Imaging techniquesfor mapping U on surfaces; the Environmental Measurements While Drilling System;and the Expedited Site Characterization methodology.

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The paper examines a not too comprehensive set of quantitative aspects of technology. It concentrates mainly on the quantification of management tools.

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] Straková Z. Hygienic ventilation of industry hall buildings with cold type of operation , (in Slovak) Habilitation Thesis , Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

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Central European Geology
Authors:
Péter Bajcsi
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Tamás Bozsó
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Róbert Bozsó
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Gábor Molnár
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Viktor Tábor
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Imre Czinkota
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Tivadar M. Tóth
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Balázs Kovács
,
Félix Schubert
,
Gábor Bozsó
, and
János Szanyi

References Augustine , C.R. 2009 : Hydrothermal spallation drilling and advanced energy conversion technologies for Engineered Geothermal Systems

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