Academia To Biotechnology

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Author: Jeffrey M Gimble
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080493157
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Academia To Biotechnology by Jeffrey M Gimble


Original Title: Academia To Biotechnology

Academia to Biotechnology deals with both the abstract and practical aspects of moving from a univerisity laboratory to a position in the biotech industry. Each chapter lists common and unique features to evaluate breaking down complex decisions into manageable elements. Several sections provide "how to" guides for the preparation of manuscripts, patents, grants, and internal company documents. Written by an experienced academician and successful biotechnology entrepreneur Reviews the basic tools taught in a traditional university Identifies new ways these these tools will be used in the corporate world Details the 'nuts and bolts' necessary to negotiate a successful position in the biotech industry

Technology Transfer In Biotechnology

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Author: Prabuddha Ganguli
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527627316
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Technology Transfer In Biotechnology by Prabuddha Ganguli


Original Title: Technology Transfer In Biotechnology

Here, the world's top experts impart their knowledge and experience, many in print for the first time. By considering developing country markets, this book is the first truly global guide to technology transfer, helping companies all around the world to avoid costly mistakes in product development and to recover investments quickly. Individual sections treat trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights, technology transfer in health and healthcare as well as in agriculture and the environment.

Networks For Learning And Knowledge Creation In Biotechnology

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Author: Amalya Lumerman Oliver
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521872480
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Networks For Learning And Knowledge Creation In Biotechnology by Amalya Lumerman Oliver


Original Title: Networks For Learning And Knowledge Creation In Biotechnology

The biotechnology industry is based on a wide range of intra- and inter-organizational collaborations between the academic and private sectors. Amalya Lumerman Oliver provides a stimulating account of how multiple theoretical perspectives can be used to understand the structure of the industry.

Phytosfere 99 Highlights In European Plant Biotechnology Research And Technology Transfer

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Author: G.E. de Vries
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080538990
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Phytosfere 99 Highlights In European Plant Biotechnology Research And Technology Transfer by G.E. de Vries


Original Title: Phytosfere 99 Highlights In European Plant Biotechnology Research And Technology Transfer

Humans face the challenge of producing enough food to meet the demands imposed by economic, biological and agricultural factors: rising population; rising income; and an expectation of higher quality food and a more diverse diet; decreasing amount of land available for food production; lowering environmental impact of agricultural practices and preserving biodiversity. Biotechnology is one of the most exciting and dynamic industries of our day. It offers us the possibility of reducing our dependence on intensive farming. Plant biotechnology is central to the search for effective, environmentally safe and economically sound alternatives to the use of chemical pesticides and the exhaustion of natural resources. Today, applied plant science has four overall goals: increased crop yield, improved crop quality, reducing production costs and reducing negative environmental impact. Biotechnology is proving its value in meeting these goals. It offers farmers higher yielding crops with lower costs of production and new outlets such as nutraceuticals and crop-based bio-factories. It offers the European economy the potential of high quality, knowledge based job creation and the European consumer better quality, tastier and more nutritious food. Though there is public concern of genetic engineering, those who are close to the science understand that this is the next big frontier to be crossed. The potential and opportunities offered by plant biotechnology must not be missed. We must go forward on that basis rather than turning our backs on the science. Phytosfere'99 provides a comprehensive overview for plant biotechnology. It combines specific scientific articles, review articles and comments from outside people on it, which is unique in European Literature.

How To Commercialise Research In Biotechnology

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Author: Oliver Uecke
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3834941344
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How To Commercialise Research In Biotechnology by Oliver Uecke


Original Title: How To Commercialise Research In Biotechnology

​Biotechnology is considered as a key technology of the 21st century with the potential to offer technological solutions for global health and resource-based problems. Oliver Uecke analyses how early stages of the innovation process in biotechnology can be effectively managed, with the aim to transfer an innovation from academia to industry. A mixed method approach is applied with a multiple case study approach to identify characteristics for effective management and with the method of discrete choice experiments/best-worst scaling to estimate the importance of these characteristics. This study adds to existing research by identifying a group of five important characteristics that should be considered in the early stages of the innovation process, compared to a group of four characteristics that are less important. The results have implications for policy, directors and the management of research institutes and universities, entrepreneurs, TTO manager and other stakeholders involved in technology transfer.

Agricultural Biotechnology

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Author: Jane B. Segelken
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 9780788140433
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Agricultural Biotechnology by Jane B. Segelken


Original Title: Agricultural Biotechnology

Contents: Agricultural biotechnology: novel products and new partnerships (overview, plenary session highlights, workshop recommendations, tying it all together); workshop reports (environment and energy industry, food industry, pharmaceutical industry); keynote addresses (biotechnology: catalyst for change in agriculture, novel crops and other transgenics: how green are they?); plenary lectures; and list of participants.

Innovation In Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Comparing National Innovation Systems At The Sectoral Level

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Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264014047
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Innovation In Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Comparing National Innovation Systems At The Sectoral Level by OECD


Original Title: Innovation In Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Comparing National Innovation Systems At The Sectoral Level

This publication examines the innovation system in pharmaceutical biotechnology in eight OECD countries - Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway and Spain - and makes recommendations advocating an integrated policy approach.

The Economics Of Biotechnology

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Author: James D. Gaisford
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 9781781959190
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The Economics Of Biotechnology by James D. Gaisford


Original Title: The Economics Of Biotechnology

'The book does an excellent job at addressing all three levels from an efficiency and equity point of view . . . Readers with a background in biotechnology but less knowledge in economics will find it very useful, as well as economists who are interested in the key economic issues of biotechnology . . . I agree with the publisher that the addressed audience will welcome and like the book, and I can highly recommend it.' - Justus Wesseler, European Review of Agricultural Economics 'The book is an absorbing one . . . will give insight on business of biotechnology and related issues, such as ethical issues, IPR etc and to economist and market researchers with specified interest in biotechnology. This could be also useful for international policymakers/planners and economic commentators.' - Ashok Pandey, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research The Economics of Biotechnology is a highly accessible book dealing with some of the most crucial issues to arise in this area. Special attention is paid to consumer, ethical and environmental concerns as well as questions relating to trade policy, intellectual property, who will receive the benefits, international development and the role of international institutions such as the WTO. The authors examine concerns arising from the application of biotechnology in the agri-food industrial complex, and many of the issues discussed also have implications for the medical and pharmaceutical aspects of biotechnology.

Technology Transfer Systems In The United States And Germany

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Author: Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309522935
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Technology Transfer Systems In The United States And Germany by Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research


Original Title: Technology Transfer Systems In The United States And Germany

This book explores major similarities and differences in the structure, conduct, and performance of the national technology transfer systems of Germany and the United States. It maps the technology transfer landscape in each country in detail, uses case studies to examine the dynamics of technology transfer in four major technology areas, and identifies areas and opportunities for further mutual learning between the two national systems.

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