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We present an education paradigm that stimulates innovation and entrepreneurship through a master's-level university course: "Turning Technology into Business". The course was specifically designed to connect technological research with education using patented technologies developed at the research faculties of a technical university in the...
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Absalom, Richard (author), Hartmann, L. (author)
Purpose – Durham Zoo (hereinafter – DZ) is a project to design and operate a concept search engine for science and technology. In DZ, a concept includes a solution to a problem in a particular context.<br/>Design – Concept searching is rendered complex by the fuzzy nature of a concept, the many possible implementations of the same concept, and...
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Hartmann, L. (author)
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Absalom, Richard (author), Hartmann, L. (author), Luczak-Rösch, M (author), Plaat, A (author)
Searching for concepts in science and technology is often a difficult task. To facilitate concept search, different types of human-generated metadata have been created to define the content of scientific and technical disclosures. Classification schemes such as the International Patent Classification (IPC) and MEDLINE's MeSH are structured and...
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Hartmann, L. (author)
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Trott, P. (author), Scholten, V.E. (author), Hartmann, L. (author)
This paper investigates to what extent university spin-offs benefit from their parent organization. Drawing from the resource based view and social capital theory we identify the support factors that may turn to interference with the spinoffs business goals. This study has a case study approach and data is collected among high-tech university...
conference paper 2008
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Hacievliyagil, N.K. (author), Maisonneuve, Y.E. (author), Auger, J.F. (author), Hartmann, L. (author)
Several companies are implementing the strategy of open innovation in their research and development operations. They become more dependent, therefore, on their capabilities to exchange knowledge and technology with external parties. To facilitate these exchanges, virtual knowledge brokers use web-based information systems. In this paper, we...
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Hartmann, L. (author)
Door handig gebruik te maken van kooldioxide onder hoge druk kan het voor de fijnchemische industrie veel interessanter worden om gebruik te maken van een bijzondere klasse milieuvriendelijke oplosmiddelen: ‘ionische vloeistoffen’. Onderzoekster dr.ir. Maaike Kroon liet zien dat de besparingen, in elk geval op papier, astronomisch zijn.
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A smart use of high-pressure carbon dioxide may make a special class of eco-friendly solvents known as ionic liquids much more attractive to the fine chemical industry. Researcher Dr. Maaike Kroon has demonstrated that, on paper at least, the savings can be astronomical.
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Domestic waste contains large quantities of copper, aluminum, nickel, zinc and silver. Until now, only around 20% of this was reclaimable, and annually 45 million euro of copper and aluminum disappears into the ground. A new Delft technology and Amsterdam innovation separates bottom ash into valuable non-ferro metals and clean building materials.
journal article 2006
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Huishoudelijk afval bevat veel koper, aluminium, nikkel, zink en zilver. Tot nu toe kan daarvan ongeveer 20% worden teruggewonnen, en jaarlijks verdwijnt voor 45 miljoen euro aan koper en aluminium de grond in. Nieuwe Delftse technologie en Amsterdamse innovatie scheiden bodemas in waardevolle non-ferro metalen en schone bouwstoffen.
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It is easy to see whether a system in equilibrium is stable when there are only two forces acting on it, as in a swing. But until recently, this was impossible for an equilibrium involving three forces, as in a hammock. A team of structural engineers at TU Delft have discovered a mathematical method of determining the stability of an equilibrium...
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