Commercializing Science, History and Technology, 2017

History and Technology, special issue « Commercializing Science: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Academic Scientists as Consultants, Patentees, and Entrepreneurs » ed. by Joris Mercelis, Gabriel Galvez-Behar and Anna Guagnini, vol. 33, n° 1, 2017.

Introduction. Commercializing science: nineteenth- and twentieth-century academic scientists as consultants, patentees, and entrepreneurs (Joris Mercelis, Gabriel Galvez-Behar & Anna Guagnini) [en libre-accès]

Commercializing academic knowledge and reputation in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: photography and beyond (Joris Mercelis)

Engineering professors as entrepreneurs: the case of Franz Reuleaux (1829–1905) and Alois Riedler (1850–1936) (Wolfgang König)

Ivory towers? The commercial activity of British professors of engineering and physics, 1880–1914 (Anna Guagnini)

Technological entrepreneurship from patenting to commercializing: a survey of late nineteenth and early twentieth century physics lecturers (Shaul Katzir)

The commercialization of molecular biology: Walter Gilbert and the Biogen startup (Brian Dick & Mark Jones)


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