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Book Robert Buderi (2022)
Where Futures Converge: Kendall Square and the Making of a Global Innovation Hub. (/isis/citation/CBB913253517/) unapi

Book Meelis Friedenthal; Hanspeter Marti; Robert Seidel (2021)
Early Modern Disputations and Dissertations in an Interdisciplinary and European Context. (/isis/citation/CBB737293306/) unapi

Article Alberto Bardi; Pietro Daniel Omodeo (2020)
The Disputational Culture of Renaissance Astronomy: Johannes Regiomontanus’s “An Terra Moveatur An Quiescat”. Early Modern Disputations and Dissertations in an Interdisciplinary and European Context (pp. 233-254). (/isis/citation/CBB820142243/) unapi

Article Viviane Quirke (2020)
Imperial Chemical Industries and Craig Jordan, “the First Tamoxifen Consultant,” 1960s–1990s. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 289-307). (/isis/citation/CBB851153384/) unapi

Article Emina Veletanlić; Creso Sá (2020)
Implementing the Innovation Agenda: A Study of Change at a Research Funding Agency. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy (pp. 261-283). (/isis/citation/CBB690561994/) unapi

Book Olivier Dufault (2019)
Early Greek Alchemy, Patronage and Innovation in Late Antiquity. (/isis/citation/CBB036659691/) unapi

Book Ian Wills (2019)
Thomas Edison: Success and Innovation through Failure. (/isis/citation/CBB235875861/) unapi

Essay Review David Baronov (2018)
Shifting Agendas and Competing Interests within Public Health, Science and Technology, and Medicine in Africa. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences. (/isis/citation/CBB176684710/) unapi

Chapter Christine Lehman (2018)
Relations Between the State and the Chemical Industry in France, 1760-1800: The Case of Ceruse. In: Compound Histories: Materials, Governance and Production, 1760-1840 (pp. 161-183). (/isis/citation/CBB110959282/) unapi

Chapter Nils Kessel; Christian Bonah (2016)
Revolutionary Markets?: Approaching Therapeutic Innovation and Change through the Lens of West German IMS Health Data, 1959– 1980. In: Therapeutic Revolutions: Pharmaceuticals and Social Change in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB564796547/) unapi

Article Sally Frampton; Roger L Kneebone (2016)
John Wickham’s New Surgery: ‘Minimally Invasive Therapy’, Innovation, and Approaches to Medical Practice in Twentieth-century Britain. Social History of Medicine (pp. 544-566). (/isis/citation/CBB439669846/) unapi

Book Thomas Heinze; Richard Münch (2016)
Innovation in Science and Organizational Renewal: Historical and Sociological Perspectives. (/isis/citation/CBB158242183/) unapi

Chapter Thomas Heinze; Richard Münch (2016)
Editors’ Introduction: Institutional Conditions for Progress and Renewal in Science. In: Innovation in Science and Organizational Renewal: Historical and Sociological Perspectives (pp. 1-20). (/isis/citation/CBB016839336/) unapi

Article Roberto Giannantonio; Francesco Matteucci (2016)
Intermediaries of Knowledge as Promoters of Ecosystems of Innovation. Physis: Rivista Intemazionale di Storia della Scienza. (/isis/citation/CBB415324013/) unapi

Book David E. Rowe; Wann-Sheng Horng (2015)
A Delicate Balance: Global Perspectives on Innovation and Tradition in the History of Mathematics: A Festschrift in Honor of Joseph W. Dauben. (/isis/citation/CBB013662268/) unapi

Chapter Bhushan Patwardhan; Gururaj Mutalik; Girish Tillu (2015)
Drug Discovery and Ayurveda. In: Integrative Approaches for Health: Biomedical Research, Ayurveda and Yoga (pp. 229-258). (/isis/citation/CBB639528782/) unapi

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