Innovation in Materials Science

Volume 380

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.380

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Authors: Elena Beretta, Alberto Gandolfi, C.C.A. Sastri

Abstract: We present some examples of mathematical discoveries whose original import was mainly theoretical but which later ended up triggering...

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Authors: Michael C. Connelly, Jainagesh A. Sekhar

Abstract: We explore an improved method for the measurement of innovation and innovative activity across long life-cycles especially where patentable...

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Authors: John P. Dismukes, Lawrence K. Miller, Andrew Solocha, John A. Bers

Abstract: This study addresses past, current and future development of the wind electrical power industry, that began prior to 1890 in Cleveland,...

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Authors: David W. Swenson

Abstract: In today’s global market system innovation is the driver for economic development and wealth creation. Developing a competitive advantage...

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Authors: E.C. Subbarao

Abstract: Disruptive inventions in electroceramics arose out of need for greatly improved properties or short-supply of existing materials, or, more...

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Authors: Stephen J. Pearton, Wan Tae Lim, Yu Lin Wang, K. Shoo, D.P. Norton, Je Won Lee, F. Ren, John M. Zavada

Abstract: There is strong interest in new forms of transparent, flexible or wearable electronics using non-Si materials deposited at low temperature...

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Authors: Robert Schafrik, Robert Sprague

Abstract: High temperature structural materials, such as nickel-based superalloys, have contributed immensely to societal benefit. These materials...

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Authors: Gene A. Danko

Abstract: Innovations in gas turbine engine design and materials are tracked from the earliest days of functional engines to the present. Materials...

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Authors: L. Lawrence Chapoy, John M. Lally

Abstract: Innovations are tracked and explained for four different classes of Ophthalmologic devices: contact lenses, intraocular lenses,...

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