Scientific Instruments Articles

  • Sustainability Transitions Research: Transforming Science and Practice for Societal Chan

    Abstract The article describes the field of sustainability transitions research, which emerged in the past two decades in the context of a growing scientific and public interest in large-scale societal transformation toward sustainability. We describe how different scientific approaches and methodological positions explore diverse types of transitions and ...

    By Annual Reviews

  • Analox Distributor Gem Scientific Expands with Acquisition of Northern Balance

    Analox Sensor Technology is delighted that one of their UK-based distributors is growing stronger with the acquisition of a weighing specialist company. ...

    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • TAIM WESER presents at the CERN LHC

    CERN, European Center for Nuclear Investigation, it is one of the biggest and more respected scientific investigation centres all over the world. Its business is the fundamental physics in order to discover of what is made and how functions the Universe. At CERN, complex scientific instruments are used in order to study the basic components of the matter- the fundamental particles-. When these ...


  • Present Status and Future of Advanced Scientific Instrument using X-ray

    X-rays have attracted a lot of attention as a form of electromagnetic radiation that enable us to see objects through materials. And they are also a great contributor to clacification of physical phenomena. In the field of analysis, X-rays have drawn attention from their initial stage as a method of non-destructive simultaneous anaysis. Scientific measurement using X-rays is supported by three ...

    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • New knowledge: production v. diffusion; the case of UK biotechnology

    This paper looks at issues of appropriability and diffusion in UK biotechnology. It contrasts the various solutions to appropriability problems facing the production of R&D with the more intractable problems of diffusion, in particular across the university-industry divide. It focuses on issues of ownership of new knowledge between university and industry and argues that these, in practice, are ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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