I have posted an initial bibliometric analysis of scientific publications and COVID-19 “research pivots” during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic (to date).
A rejoinder to comments received on “Introducing the dilemma of societal alignment for inclusive and responsible research and innovation.”
A new paper highlights 20 emerging issues in bio-engineering.
January 20, 2020. DARPA — the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — is often held up as a model … More
It is frequently claimed that synthetic biology offers biologically-based routes for producing chemicals and materials that are more sustainable than fossil-derived incumbents. A new paper in Scientific Reports probes this claim, for the case of bio-based nylon, using both deliberative and analytical approaches within a framework of Constructive Sustainability Assessment.
This is a book to dip in and out of – a wide array of topics related to S&T indicators is covered! I have already been reading some of the chapters (too many to read in one go) and can see that this will prove to be an invaluable reference handbook!
Patents are often used as an indicator of the private value of an invention, but can patent analysis tell us … More
Business pivoting occurs when a company, usually a start-up venture, realizes that its current approach is not working.
I’ve written a new blog, posted at Policy@Manchester, on “Beyond technology: addressing the social and sustainability challenges of next generation industrial systems.”
In mid-2018, a paper I co-authored with colleagues, “Introducing the dilemma of societal alignment for inclusive and responsible research and innovation,” was published in the Journal of Responsible Innovation.