Science-based Innovation: From Modest Witnessing to Pipeline Thinking
Over the last decade, knowledge management has become a well-known term, but the specific case of science-based innovation remains relatively unexploited. Bridging this gap between knowledge management theory with studies of science of technology, such as in the pharmaceutical industry and biotechnology firms, this book provides a timely insight into the innovation of the knowledge economy.
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