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Co-Innovation of Materials, Standards, and Markets: BASF’s Development of Ecoflex: Studies in Materials Innovation #4
The second generation of biotech firms, established in the 1990s, has expanded its business scope into chemical, materials, and research infrastructure for biomed. research and pharmaceutical development. This essay analyzes one such case in materials innovation in the biotech industry -- Affymetrix’s DNA chip, which ignited the confluence of info. technology and biotechnology. This case study illuminates the evolution of business strategies of the second generation of biotech firms, analyzes the reconfiguration of biotech firms’ strategic alliances with academic research communities and pharmaceutical companies in the 1990s, and examines the hybridization of discrete technological components in the development of bioinformatics.
Studies in Sustainability: New Chemical Bodies: A Conversation on Human Biomonitoring and Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals
Guide to the Archives and Manuscript Collections in the History of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
Innovation Frontiers in Industrial Chemistry: A Report on the Third Annual CHF-SCI Innovation Day, Warren G. Schlinger Symposium
Institutions as Stepping-Stones: Rick Smalley and the Commercialization of Nanotubes: Studies in Materials Innovation #7
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