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- Gas igniters resist breaking. // Design News;4/10/89, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p34
Introduces the new shock-resistant igniter and mounting system for the engineering industry. Usability of the device; Design and specifications; Variety of potential applications.
- The influence of market and cultural environmental factors on technology transfer between foreign MNCs and local subsidiaries: A Croatian illustration Cui, Anna Shaojie; Griffith, David A.; Cavusgil, S. Tamer; Dabic, Marina // Journal of World Business;Jun2006, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p100
Abstract: Technology transfer from multinational corporations to local subsidiaries is essential for successful local market operations. In this study, the environment-strategy-performance framework is used to investigate the effects of market and cultural environmental factors on international...
- Developing regional clusters in India: The role of national laboratories. Roy, Santanu; Banerjee, Parthasarathi // International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Dev;2007, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p193
This paper sets in perspectives the development of regional industrial clusters in India and discusses issues related to technology transfer from public-funded R&D laboratory system in India, such as the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to small and medium enterprises and...
- TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AMONG COMMUNIST COUNTRIES. Campbell, Robert // ASTE Bulletin;Winter69, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p1
Focuses on technology transfer among communist countries. Stages of transfer; Diffusion of existing technology; Soviet policy and attitudes regarding technological innovations; Support for introducing payments for such innovations; Mechanics of joint research and development.
- ON THE SOFT SIDE OF INNOVATION: SERVICES INNOVATION AND ITS POLICY IMPLICATIONS. den Hertog, Pim; Broersma, Lourens; Van Ark, Bart // De Economist (0013-063X);Dec2003, Vol. 151 Issue 4, p433
In the 20th century, service industries have rapidly increased in terms of their share in GDP and employment as well as in terms of their contribution to economic growth. In 2001 the service sector in the Dutch economy made up about 70 per cent of total GDP and 73 per cent of total employment....
- CLRI - A global leader in leather research. // Chemical Business;Nov2005, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p23
The article presents information on the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CLRI). The CLRI was established in Madras, India on April 24, 1948 to develop an internal capacity in the country to generate, assimilate and innovate technologies for the leather sector. The CLRI contributes...
- Technology Transfer Cements East West Relationships. // Coal International;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 253 Issue 4, p154
Reports on how technology developed by Great Britain-patented group Minova International has helped mining engineers in Russia find a new solution to the critical issue of effective ventilation seals. Expertise gained by Minova from its global operations; Number of countries where Minova has...
- Proposta de procedimento de transferÃªncia de tecnologia. da Silva, Ronaldo Cruz; Júnior, Milton Vieira; Lucato, Wagner Cezar // Exacta;2013, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p115
To transfer technology it is necessary to follow some steps and procedures that contribute to the transmission of knowledge that has been created. But for this to happen, one must understand the basic elements of this process, as it will facilitate both the choice and the deployment of the most...
- Turning ideas into profits. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;8/23/2004, Vol. 34 Issue 9, Special section p13
Deals with the help generated by the University of Utah's Technology Transfer Office (TTO) to scientists in the state. Reason for the establishment of the Office; Information on RapidCycler, a rapid thermal DNA cycler; Discussion on how TTO helps researcher turn their ideas into profits.